Holiday travelers are relieved that the first storm, which moved across the Central and Midwest regions earlier this week, has left the coast of New England on Thursday.
Though the storm has left behind gusty winds across the Mid-Atlantic and North East states for Thanksgiving, from North Carolina to New York City, wind advisories have been posted, reported ABC News.
Winds in New York City could reach 35 to 40 mph during Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade -- it appears that some of the floats will still fly, despite earlier reports, the floats could be canceled due to high winds.
From Northern California to Michigan, dozens of states are under winter storm advisories and warnings as wintery participation fell into the late week, from a second storm.
There were even reports of blizzard-like conditions in Spokane, Washington, which on Tuesday, led to a massive pileup involving more than 100 cars.
Pictures of the pileup circulated around social media on late Tuesday. Authorities said six were injured with no deaths.
Other reports show the storm unleashed blizzard-like conditions in southern Oregon and northern California. Parts of the I-5 were shut down on Tuesday for an extended period of time, stranding hundreds of drivers.
Winter Storm Warnings have been posted for the Sierras to the Central and Southern Rockies, where 2-4 feet of snow is expected by Friday evening. The winter storm will track east into the Plains by the Weekend.
Montana to Michigan could be slammed with dangerous blizzard conditions. Currently, the storm is crossing the Southwest and Southern Plains.
By Saturday, the storm is expected to move into Central US, from the Northern Plains to the Gulf Coast. Severe weather is expected for states in those regions.
Blizzard conditions are expected across the Northern Plains and Upper Midwest on Saturday, with damaging winds and isolated tornadoes across Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi.
The storm will arrive in the Northeast by Sunday, could produce a mix of rain and snow for some areas.
From coast to coast, it appears travel during this holiday season could be widely disrupted as several storms unleash a mix of volatile weather.