National Weather Service
Forecasters warn of treacherous holiday travel and life-threatening cold for big parts of the nation, including the already-frigid southern United States.
The National Weather Service's Salt Lake City office wrote that it likely picked up the meteor's trail.
The National Weather Service has extended a flood watch for areas of eastern Kentucky and said there’s a threat of thunderstorms in the region for much of the coming week.
The number of deaths from massive flooding in Kentucky has continued to climb amid the threat for more heavy rains.
The blast of frigid weather put a long stretch of states from New Mexico and Colorado to Maine under winter storm warnings and watches.
Blizzard warnings stretched from Virginia to Maine, but the city of Boston could get the most snow by the end.
High winds and ice are blamed for knocking out power to tens of thousands of customers. Wind and snowfall has also disrupted ground and air transportation.
Georgia may see snow as a large storm system moves up along the East Coast.
Warm weather was a crucial ingredient in the outbreak that killed dozens of people, but whether climate change is a factor is not quite as clear.
The city's energy company said the storm had caused “catastrophic transmission damage" on Sunday night.