Wild weather across the country could make traveling a feat to remember this Thanksgiving.
On Tuesday, the busiest travel week of the year, a blizzard was expected to dump Snow across Washington state. Snow and strong winds have already caused multiple accidents and delays in the state.
Meanwhile, in California's Sierra region, tow truck drivers have been digging people out from 5 feet of snow.
For more on the holiday forecast, watch Accuweather's Mark Mancusso, following this report.
"We have a whole lot of snow in a short amount of time," said Tad Kolich, a Neveda City homeowner. "I think the trees are very dry and the snow was very wet and it just looks like artillery shells went off all over the place.
Also, a rare November tornado in Illinois made its mark on Monday. A Rockford school bus driver and some students were injured when the fast moving twister blew over their bus.
Weather officials said the systems in the East and West will likely continue this week. The bad weather along with more travelers hitting the road than last year, could make for tough holiday travel.