Transcript for Deep Freeze
On this sunday, so much of this country dealing with bitterly cold and ice-covered roads after two storms collided. In pennsylvania, going to church meant some sunday shoveling. In missouri, digging out while still managing to get into the spirit of it all. But this image tonight with the story of what's ahead now. Starting the work week in a deep freeze. That arctic blast coming from the north. The temperatures plummeting, up to 25 degrees below normal. Abc's rob nelson is in boston tonight. Reporter: From the blowing to the shoveling -- I hope my boss sees this. Reporter: To the cleaning. These scenes from around boston today played out across a large swath of the midwest and northeast as more than 20 states dust themselves off from a massive winter storm that dumped anywhere from a few inches to more than a foot of snow and now has claimed at least four lives. Old man winter has arrived early this year and with a vengeance. Overnight, a charter bus in new jersey slammed into a bridge, sending 12 people to the hospital. The latest in a string of storm-related nightmares on the roads. In new haven, connecticut, on the day after, motorists were still dealing with all the ice. And slick conditions. Serious, real serious. I say, tread safely. Safety first. Reporter: Chaos at airports, as well, today. With nearly 7,000 flights delayed and almost 400 canceled. The weather could also cause some delays in getti holiday packages delivered on time. But that didn't stop bostonians from hitting the stores today. It's really compl. It's really slippery and we have to watch our step really hard. Reporter: Meanwhile, palm coast, florida, is recovering after a tornado, linked to the same weather system, destroyed seven homes and damaged another 150. Not even the sunshine state safe from this massive storm. A lot of the snow may already be melt, but temperatures are falling and that could mean a very -- icy monday morning commute.
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