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Winter Weather Spreads Havoc Across South, Eastern U.S.

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Winter does not officially begin until the end of next week, but millions of Americans have already had to break out their shovels and ice scrapers. Large parts of the country are getting hit with nasty weather.

The 8 inches of snow that blanketed Philadelphia on Sunday, was covered in ice Monday morning.

Sheets of ice and snow fell from a rooftop in Plano, Texas where the stormy weather started.. before it moved north and east.

Up to a foot of snow fell in parts of the mid-Atlantic causing treacherous driving conditions, and many weather-related accidents.

Chicagoans woke up to 3 fresh inches of snow are their cars. The wind chill is expected to make the temperature feel like zero degrees for the Chicago Bears Monday night football game.

An ice storm knocked out power near Nashville, Tennessee.

In Arlington, Virginia there was just enough snow to cover the grass, before freezing rain and drizzle started to fall. A quarter inch of ice is expected to accumulate, and more miserable weather is coming tomorrow

People in the Washington DC area woke to the sound of chainsaws after ice coated trees snapped and fell.

Hundreds of flights were canceled Monday, while some schools and government offices were closed or opened late.