If Phil is correct, the winter of 2015-2016 will be remembered for both its mildness and brevity.
Baltimore, Harrisburg, Allentown, and New York City all set snowfall records.
On paper, storm shares similarities with Snowmageddon and Blizzard of 2003, expert Paul Kocin says.
Cars froze in place, encased in snow, super-cooled water droplets, and frozen sea-spray.
By the end of this week, up to several feet of snow may fall in some areas.
Stunning sun dogs were a silver lining to the dreadful cold in the upper Midwest this weekend.
The core of the cold will focus on the Northern Plains and Great Lakes.
2015 is sure to rank as the warmest year on record for Earth, and the weather observed in the U.S. fits right in.
One to four inches of rain forecast today. Flooding and mudslides expected.
The before and after imagery from NASA satellites is stunning.