The northeast U.S. is bracing for two more severe winter storms.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning as they say up to 20 more inches of heavy, wet snow could accumulate from central New York through New England by Wednesday night.
A second more powerful storm is expected to drop even more of the white stuff, plus bring high winds by later Thursday.
Snow extended into central Texas Tuesday, forcing many flights to be cancelled at Dallas-Fort Worth airport.
Snow even fell on cities as far south as Austin, San Antonio, and Abilene.
Meanwhile, a record snow fall is blanketing Moscow, Russia. A four-day blizzard has dumped more than two feet of snow on the city. More snow is expected this week.
"It (the snow) is beautiful, but it creates problems in the city because it is impossible to remove all the snow here," Moscow resident Yelena told Reuters.
The office of Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov said it had dispatched 15,000 snow-clearing machines and 5,000 street-cleaners for the city who's population is estimated at 10.4 million.