Traffic slowed to a crawl around multiple accidents on I-65 in Columbia, Tennessee. Windshield wipers had a tough time keeping up with the snow.
A weather station was blown around by the snow and wind in Piggott, Arkansas which is nestled in the corner of Missouri’s boot heel.
The storm shut down I-75 in Lexington, Kentucky for hours.
This time-lapse video shows 6.5 inches of snow falling near Lexington in six hours.
A multi-car crash forced the closure of I-64 in Clark County, Kentucky.
The storm moves into the Washington, New York and Boston Metro areas just in time for the Friday morning commute.
Lake effect snows fell heavy across the Great Lakes and Northern New York on Thursday.
Michigan's snow and slick roads were blamed for multiple accidents as well as drivers losing control and sliding off roads around Muskegon, Luddington and Grand Rapids on the Eastern shore of Lake Michigan.
The passenger/photographer in a car in Grand Rapids can barely see the road with blowing snow reducing visibility. The stiff winds blew plowed snow back onto roads.
Winds whipped up waves that battered Lake Michigan's Eastern shore.
Buffalo, New York snows set a new daily record – 15 inches for January 6th, eclipsing the old record of 7.3 inches set in 1974.
Buffalo snows will taper off early Friday morning. But, areas around Jamestown and Watertown remain in Lake Effect Snow Warnings and will see more snow through Saturday morning.
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