A nationwide impact from this weekend's system

WJLA The deadly winter storm stretched from the Midwest to the east and more than a food of snow in some parts. Virginia's Governor declared a state of emergency.

Many highways are too dangerous even for sanders and snow plows. A truck overturning in Fairfax County, VA.

A Delta passenger jet carrying more than 120 people slid off the tarmac at Cincinnati airport. The system pushed snow and brutal cold into the northeast last night.

Millions from Kansas to southern New Jersey are digging out from this weekend's massive wintry blast.

At least 10 dead, dozens injured and nearly 200 thousand without power across 8 states.

Motorists abandoned their cars in Maryland. White out conditions blinded drivers and authorities in Maryland described the hazardous roads at on point as being "impossible" to get around on.

In the nation's capital, snowfall total approached 10 inches. Government workers cleared the walkways on the National Mall, shoveling during the government shutdown and not getting paid for it.

In Pittsburgh, crews rescuing 2 people after their cars slipped off a snowy road.

Parts of North Carolina glazed in half inch of ice.

In the Midwest, the clean up is beginning west of St. Louis with the storm dumping up to 20 inches of snow. The storm wreaked havoc on highways statewide in Missouri, which resulted in at least 800 crashes.

Air travel was also impacted in the region with at least 800 flights canceled nationwide and over 2,200 delayed.