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Blizzards are battering the U.S. from coast to coast, triggering devastating flight cancellations and delays on the biggest travel holiday of the year - as 50 million people across the country are placed under a winter weather alert.
Two winter storms swirling over the country have already claimed three lives. Two children were found dead and another was missing in Arizona on Saturday after a car they were in got stuck while crossing a storm-swollen creek outside Phoenix.
A 37-year-old man was killed in a car accident near Cavour, South Dakota early Friday morning after the pickup truck he was in lost control on the icy road, fell into a ditch and rolled over.
This week snow, icy, freezing rain and gust winds are forecast to blow the West Coast and the Northeast, hitting Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston and New York hard.
The National Weather Service warned that Sunday's forecast will bring heavy mountain snow and rain in California, and heavy snow and blizzard conditions from the Upper Midwest to the Northeast. In the Midwest the powerful storm will bring damaging winds and large hail. A tornado watch is in affect for parts of Texas, Louisiana, and Arkansas.
So far the storms have cancelled over 600 flights within, into, or out of the U.S. and over 4,000 were delayed as of Sunday afternoon, during the busiest travel holiday of the year.
Playing in a winter wonderland! Flurries came down in East Rutherford, New Jersey for Sunday's football game between the New York Giants and the Green Bay Packers
Workers pictured clearing the line markers in the snow during Sunday's NFL game at the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey
Three people have died in dangerous winter storms battering the U.S. during the post-Thanksgiving weekend, as 50 million people across the country are under winter weather alert. Massive snowfall pictured about in Fort Tejon, California
The South Dakota Highway Patrol shared this picture showing Highway 14A between Sturgis and Deadwood completely covered in Snow in the Black Hills area, urging locals to 'Please stay home, don't risk it'