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The storm system that brought snow and ice to millions from New Mexico to Maine is pulling away from the U.S.
The last hours of snow and freezing rain are impacting the Northeast.
States with the most power outages include New York, Ohio and Tennessee. Some utility providers say it could several days to restore services, after millions saw freezing rain, sleet and snow.
The winter storm produced more than a foot of snowfall around the Great Lakes and in areas of upstate New York, Vermont and New Hampshire.
The snow is forecast to taper off during the overnight hours as the system continues its eastward trek.
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With freezing rain, sleet and snow impacting Massachusetts, first responders are busy working numerous crashes.
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FlightAware reports more than 600 scheduled flights on Saturday have already been canceled as airports and airlines work to return back to normal operations.
The Dallas Fort Worth International Airport reopened a third runway on Friday afternoon, with the hopes that operations will return to normal. The airport says they’ll continue to treat the runways because of the freezing temperatures.
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After the freezing rain, snow and sleet departs the Northeast overnight, temperatures are expected to plummet over the weekend. Lows on Sunday morning are forecast to reach the single digits for many locations from the Ohio Valley to New England.
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A winter storm dumped heavy snow on parts of Morrow County, in north-central Ohio, on Feb 4, 2002.
This video, streamed live on Facebook by the Morrow County Sheriff’s Office, shows a plow truck driving to clear snow on County Road 101.
The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory for parts of northern Ohio on Friday, warning of “treacherous” driving conditions causing accidents in many areas.
FOX Weather Watcher Lenny Zapka sent these photos showing lots of ice in New Paltz, New York.
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The Memphis, Tennessee, area is dealing with a deep freeze and significant ice as thousands remain without power for a second day.
FOX Weather's Will Nunley has a closer look at the conditions there.
FOX Weather's Brandy Campbell is in Boston, Massachusetts, ahead of a winter storm that comes just days after a blizzard.
FOX Weather's Brandy Campbell reports surfaces are slushy with a light layer of sleet over the old blizzard snow in Boston.
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