Rain, sleet and snow fall on Washington, D.C.
Several inches of snow covered Eugene, Ore., over the weekend.
Snow covers Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, just outside Dallas.
Temperatures below freezing caused rain to turn into sheets of ice in Fairfield Bay, Ark.
Snow falls on Waterloo, Ill., main street.
CNN iReporter Earl Wallace was sitting on the front porch of his Dallas home when he heard a loud crack as an enormous tree was felled by ice and hit two homes.
Nashville, Tenn., enjoys its own winter wonderland thanks to an ice storm that hit the middle of the country last week.
A flower is looking pretty sad in Dallas thanks to rain and freezing temperatures.
Even 20 minutes with the defroster running didn't help CNN iReporter Debra Knight to get her car out from under the snow.
Roads in the Dallas-Forth Worth area went through the thaw-freeze cycle, making the early morning commute treacherous.
It was slow going for commuters in Denver as ice covered the roads -- Interstate 25 is shown here. Temperatures dipped to -15.
More than six inches of snow hit the Twin Cities last week. Duluth was blasted with several feet of snow.
What some call a snowstorm, people in Minneapolis call Thursday. Temperatures will be well below freezing in the Twin Cities for the next week.
CNN iReporter Matt Swinden says the first big snowfall in Evergreen, Colo., likely will "stick around until the spring melt off."
Some days, it's a good day to be a dog.
Not everyone dislikes the snow. As the storm arrived in the Colorado mountains, Keystone Resort prepared its' 300 acres of terrain.
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Fire at 267 S. Cottage St., Whitewater
Fire crews from multiple departments were called to a house fire in Whitewater Friday morning.
Family hickory nut gathering adventure in Black Earth
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Last boat outing with lunch in front of the Terrace!
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The Marching Band's first female drum major, Dee Willems, leads the band at the Wisconsin-Michigan State game in November, 1989.
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