Frigid air, high winds cause dangerous travel conditions


    A pedestrian walks across the street in downtown Scranton, Pa., on Sunday, Jan. 20, 2019. A major winter storm brought some of the coldest temperatures of the season and covered a large swath of the country in snow as it wreaked havoc on air travel and caused slick road conditions throughout New England Sunday. (Butch Comegys/The Times-Tribune via AP)

    Frigid air and high winds are causing dangerous travel conditions throughout the eastern U.S. after a powerful winter storm pummeled the region over the weekend.

    The National Weather Service forecasts Monday's temperatures will be more than 20 degrees below normal across the Northeast.

    Freezing rain and more snow is expected in parts of New England and the Great Lakes. The bitter cold is expected to stymie travel once again with FlightAware reporting nearly 250 flights canceled as of early Monday morning.

    Central New York endures a snow storm with arctic like temperatures and wind in Syracuse Sunday, Jan. 20, 2019. (Dennis Nett/The Post-Standard via AP)

    In Ohio, several counties remained under snow emergencies Monday morning as temperatures dipped below zero in some areas.

    Another storm system is already developing over the Rockies that could blanket the same region with more snow by the end of the week.

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