Snow provides wintry backdrop in Great Lakes, Northeast as Alberta Clipper sweeps across region

It was a snowy end to the Thanksgiving holiday weekend from Michigan to Pennsylvania and New York

The first in a series of Alberta Clippers swept across the Great Lakes and Northeast Sunday into Monday, providing a wintry backdrop to wrap up the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.

Amanda Bradley captured the following video on Sunday in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, as an intense snow squall pushed through the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

Farther south, Matt Malone shot this video of heavy snow blowing through the Greater Detroit area later on Sunday.

Video shared on Twitter captured an unfortunate driver who was caught in a blinding snow squall in northern Ohio on Sunday.

Lake-effect snow developed in the wake of the Alberta Clipper in portions of northwestern Pennsylvania and western and central New York Sunday into Monday.

The following video shot by Tyler Youschak in Erie County, Pennsylvania, on Sunday showed multiple cars off the road during very heavy snowfall with low visibility.

Youschak also captured this video of an intense band of lake-effect snow dropping 1 to 2 inches of snow per hour in Chautauqua County, New York.

A narrow band of snow from Lake Erie extended all the way to central New York by Sunday evening, as documented by the National Weather Service office in Binghamton, New York.

Alex Schaaf, a Penn State University meteorology student, captured a similar scene from State College, Pennsylvania, Sunday evening when a snow squall impacted the area.

Snow continued to fall in parts of the interior Northeast Monday morning until the Alberta Clipper exited the East Coast Monday afternoon.