The important winter bomb which has gripped the country for the past couple of months is finally lifting.
Over 3,000 daily chilly temperatures records were shattered and 79 all-time cold documents were put between Feb. 12 and Feb. 17, according to the National Weather Service.
Dallas reported 139 consecutive hours in freezing or below freezing temperatures, which tied to the town's seventh-longest cold streak on record.
Back in Monroe, Louisiana, an all-time chilly interval was busted with 141 successive hours under freezing.
But warmer weather is going to a lot of the U.S., such as the South, that will be enduring a water and electricity crisis in the aftermath of the week's rains.
Meanwhile, on Sunday, a fast hit of snow will burst the upper Midwest, including Chicago.
The snow will probably arrive at the Excellent Lakes and parts of the Appalachians by Monday morning.
From Monday afternoon, a few of the snow is likely to make its way to the Northeast. Important cities may observe some snow, but nothing overly impactful.
Most regions will only see 1 to 3 inches of snow, whereas portions of Iowa, Minnesota, Pennsylvania and New York can have 3 to 6 inches.
There's some concern that lake effect snow can bring more than 6 inches of snow on portions of upstate New York during Tuesday.