Heavy snow, downpours, twisters and record-breaking warmth hit different parts of the country this weekend, NBC News reported.
Sunday’s snow targeting Oregon, Washington and the Rockies could linger until Monday. Significant accumulations are also expected in parts of Montana, Wyoming and Utah.
The snow will then move east into the northern and central Plains states by Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.
Arctic air trapped in Canada isn’t budging, making for record-high temperatures from the South through the Plains and into the Northeast. Preliminary data show that at least 574 record daily highs were tied or broken across the U.S. during the first 10 days of December, according to meteorologists.