As the powerful winter storm leaves the Northeast, a new storm building off the West coast is expected to bring heavy rain and mountain snow in California and New Mexico.
A string of schools are closed or on a delayed opening schedule in parts of the Northeast, including in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island in the aftermath of a severe winter storm.
More than 200 schools across New Jersey, Connecticut, Albany and other parts of the New England area are closed following severe disruption from the winter storm that hit the Northeast this weekend.
The major storm system from the West has moved to the Northeast, with thousands of flight delays and cancelations causing severe travel disruption across the country following the Thanksgiving weekend.
At least 423 Sunday flights were cancelled, according to NBC news.
The winter storm that wrecked havoc out west on Thanksgiving Day has since moved east.
Last year, 17 people died at the site, with nine involving search and rescue teams.
A winter storm warning and weather advisory have been issued for parts of northern California and southern Oregon in the aftermath of a powerful "bomb cyclone."
A winter storm warning is in effect across Central and Western New York with a cold front bringing record cold temperatures and snowfall of more than 12 inches in some parts of the region.
Many areas in the north of the state received several inches of rain.
Scientists and engineers think California's water infrastructure isn't ready for a very large storm.
New England will get the brunt of the snow accumulation, with localized amounts of up to 22 inches near Boston, as well as some coastal flooding.
Call it a nor'easter, a "bomb cyclone," or a superstorm—in an era of worsening extreme weather, fierce winter systems like this are arriving with startling frequency.
Shoreline scavengers also found a host of other dead creatures.
Some areas received up to 14 inches of snow, leading to fatal car accidents and canceled school.
The governors of Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and Virginia declared states of emergency.
Winter Storm Grayson is a rare snow hurricane and the first to hit the U.S. since Hurricane Sandy.
And no, it's not by freezing to death.
Winter Storm Grayson is churning up the East Coast.