Heavy snow, sleet and freezing rain are hitting millions in America's Midwest, and now storms are moving north and east.
Winter hasn't official begun yet, but try telling that to the folks in the middle of the U.S.
As much as a foot of new snow could hit parts of the Plains and the Great Lakes after a Thanksgiving weekend storm blamed for 14 deaths so far.
The post-holiday storm left more ice across larges areas of Oklahoma, causing power outages and school closures but created remarkable scenes.
Freezing conditions in the Plains and Midwest were expected to clear Sunday, but the relief was not expected to last long, forecasters said.
Heavy rain and icy conditions are likely to stick around through most of the holiday weekend in the central U.S. due to a slow-moving weather system.
At least three people have died in fast-moving floodwaters in Texas as freezing rain and flooding pummeled the state on Friday.
All told, almost 13 million people were under winter storm, winter weather or ice storm warnings, and conditions might not improve until Sunday.
Most of the country will wake up to a messy mix of rain, snow, ice or any combination of them on Thanksgiving morning, forecasters said.