Whiteout conditions and icy roadways created a travel nightmare across Texas, where enough snow fell to blanket the Texas Rangers stadium.
The waves captured by a Nantucket photographer are so thick with ice that they've drawn comparisons to "Slurpees."
It may be almost March, but the brutally cold winter appears unwilling to release much of the nation from its icy grip.
Snow covers the Holy Land, a lion goes for his cleaning, a superstar stumbles and more.
A fast-moving storm that slammed the Deep South on Wednesday is moving through Washington, D.C., on Thursday morning, leaving a trail of outages.
More than a foot of snow fell in Alabama and tens of thousands are still without power in North Carolina as winter continued its assault on the U.S.
Dean Mullins, who became trapped underneath snow after cleaning off his roof, fought to survive. "I wasn't going to go out like that," he later said.
After cleaning part of his roof off, a New Hampshire man spends four hours buried under a pile of snow that fell and trapped him. WHDH's Anthony Miller reports.
Tennessee authorities say a state DOT salt truck hit and killed an Iron City man, who was walking along the side of the road. Police say the incident occurred near midnight, in heavy snow.
Winter weather dumped snow on a region unaccustomed to it Wednesday, while bitterly cold temperatures are forecast from Fargo to Pittsburgh this week.