Transcript for Fast-moving storm grounds hundreds of flights across US
frightening moments today for passengers onboard that plane at Chicago's o'hare airport. The plane going off the runway. All part of the major storm on the move tonight. The passenger jet sliding off that runway on touchdown. A passenger recording from the inside. A groundstop for a time there. More than 1,000 flights canceled. And tonight, dangerous driving for millions. These images from central Michigan. Cars off the road. Tonight, winter weather advisories from Oklahoma all the way up to Maine. 65 million Americans in the path. And bitter cold, sub-freezing wind chills tomorrow morning. We time it out tonight for you, and ABC's Alex Perez leads us off from the storm zone tonight. Reporter: Tonight, that winter storm making an icy mess of the evening commute and scary moments for air passengers in Chicago today. No, no, no. Reporter: And American eagle flight from Greensboro, north Carolina, landing on an icy runway at o'hare. I think we landed. Emergency alert. Have an aircraft that slid off the runway. Reporter: Video from inside the plane shows a wing scraping the snow after part of the landing gear collapsed. 41 people onboard. A lot of us, I mean, there was a number of us around, we thought we were going to flip, so, it was definitely scary. Reporter: The fast-moving storm grounding hundreds of flights at o'hare and elsewhere. The drivers didn't fare much better on chicagoland roadways. Crews out in full force, but roads still treacherous throughout the upper midwest. Take a look at that driver tries to cut over a lane and it goes out of control. Reporter: The early season snow catching some in metro Detroit unprepared, despite the warnings. Came a little too soon. I don't have my scraper. I don't know where my boots are. Reporter: And David, temperatures here are now plummeting. We will drop to 13 degrees tonight and the wind is not helping. It will feel like 5 below. We're expecting icy roads and another rough commute in the morning, as this storm moving east. David? As that city bus takes a wide turn there behind you. Alex Perez leading us off. Alex, thank you. As he mentioned, temperatures set to plummet tonight. Let's get right to chief meteorologist singer see, tracking it all for us. Hi, jinger. Reporter: Hey, David. Oklahoma stent went from 73 to 25 in less than 24 hours. You know that big change is coming. And with it will come snow. Why you've got those winter weather advisories from Missouri and Kentucky right up through new England. Lake enforcement is going to be part of the problem, where you end up with 6 to 12 inches. A lot of people love this snow in this early season hit. It will start as rain for the coast tomorrow morning. By early afternoon, a flake of snow or two is going to try to mix in. You whether all notice the cold, though. 25, the feels like in Houston. 7 Bew for Des Moines. Here in New York City, by Wednesday morning, David, it will feel like 15. All right, ginger zee with us tonight. Thank you, ginger.
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