Arctic air will pour southward over the Plains and Midwest.
Bad news for farmers, gardeners: Drought may develop for Great Lakes, Ohio Valley areas
Congress stays away, but not sledders following weekend’s historic snowfall.
Travel across the southern Appalachians expected to be at a standstill by the weekend.
White-out conditions will occur in several states.
If the storm develops to its full potential, a a blizzard could unfold, shutting down highways and causing airport closures.
Wind chill advisory in effect until Tuesday morning.
Temperatures will be life-threatening if people venture out without being properly dressed.
For the Midwest, new blast of arctic air will be as cold as that of the start of this week.
Rain to change to snow and temperature will drop into the 20s.
Snow accumulation expected overnight into Monday.
For the tens of thousands of revelers at midnight in Times Square, the temperature will be hovering near 40.
Gusty winds will add to the chill around the Great Lakes and northern Plains.
El Nino could, however, bring temporary relief to Midwesterners plagued by the violent weather.
Winds topped 180 mph during EF4 tornado.