Record-breaking cold and snow are moving throughout the U.S., with a few areas perhaps not visiting much snow this late in the summer in history.
Paducah, Kentucky, quantified half an inch of snow, which makes it the hottest measurable snow ever recorded in town.
Along with historical late-season snow, temperatures Wednesday morning are decreasing into record low levels.
A few of the heaps of document lows Wednesday morning contain Indianapolis in 21 levels, Dallas in 38 degrees, and Oklahoma City in 30 degrees.
From New Mexico to Connecticut, a huge portion of the U.S. is below a freeze warning and trickle advisory as this unseasonably chilly air mass moves east.
A number of those end chills Wednesday morning are in the teens and single digits at the Plains and the Rockies.
The coldest air will go in the Northeast and the East Coast Thursday morning, with wind chills dipping into the teens and single digits in southern and western New York.
Ahead of the storm system, hot atmosphere could help produce severe thunderstorms in Norfolk, Virginia, to New York City and Springfield, Massachusetts, on Wednesday.
The largest danger with these storms Wednesday day would be detrimental winds, however an isolated tornado can't be ruled out, particularly across the Hudson Valley and in southern New England.