Massive blizzard treks across U.S.

A winter storm continued to move eastward, icing over parts of the Northeast after causing blizzard conditions in the Midwest.

This sculpture was iced over Thursday, Feb. 3, in Irving, Texas. Eric Gay / AP
A pickup truck that plunged off this snow-covered bridge near Miami, Okla, on Thursday sits in the Spring River. Three people were killed and five others injured. Gary Crow / Tulsa World via AP
The Chicago skyline is reflected on a thin layer of ice as a chunk of snow-covered ice floats in Monroe Harbor on Thursday. Charles Rex Arbogast / AP
Robert Brigs shovels snow on Martin Luther King Drive in Chicago on Thursday. John Gress / Reuters
A car sits abandoned in the median of I-380 between Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Iowa City on Thursday. Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images
Commuters brave subzero wind chills as they return to work Thursday in Chicago. This week's blizzard dumped more than 20 inches of snow on the city. M. Spencer Green / AP
A man walks behind high snowdrift in Racine County, Wis., on Wednesday. Darren Hauck / Reuters
Officials walk past a building that collapsed in Auburn, Mass., on Wednesday, Feb. 2, after days of heavy snow followed by rain. Paul Kapteyn / AP
A fallen tree weighed down with ice sits on Old Hershey Road in Elizabethtown, Pa., on Wednesday. Blaine Shahan / AP
This walkway to Lake Michigan was frozen over Wednesday in Milwaukee, Wis. Jeffrey Phelps / AP
A commuter climbs over a snow bank to catch a bus Wednesday in Chicago. Charles Rex Arbogast / AP
Hundreds of cars are seen stranded Wednesday on Lake Shore Drive in Chicago. Kiichiro Sato / AP
Snow piles up on the driver's seat of a stranded Chicago Transit bus on Wednesday after the door was left open during the overnight blizzard. The bus was abandoned on Lake Shore Drive. Kiichiro Sato / AP
Andrea Todd shovels snow from her driveway with her dog Myles in Akron, N.Y., on Wednesday. David Duprey / AP
A wave sends large chunks of ice into the break wall at the Milwaukee Marina in Wisconsin on Wednesday. Darren Hauck / Reuters
Downtown Iowa City, area near the University of Iowa, is a virtual ghost town on Wednesday. Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images
People stop along Interstate 91 in Windsor, Conn., to help push a car out of a snow bank on Wednesday. Jessica Hill / AP
Blizzard winds swirl the snow on an elevated train platform in Chicago early Wednesday. Charles Rex Arbogast / AP
Frost forms on a window in Buffalo, N.Y., on Wednesday. David Duprey / AP
This car landed vertically into a snowbank after a multiple vehicle accident on Interstate 93 on Tuesday north of Salem, N.H. No one was injured. Tim Jean / The Eagle-Tribune via AP
The Wednesday morning commute in New York City's lower Manhattan was an icy one. Spencer Platt / Getty Images
An officer blocks the road to prevent pedestrians and traffic from approaching a fallen tree branch and power lines in Westfield, N.J., on Wednesday. John Makely /
A cyclist tries to ride during the blizzard in Milwaukee, Wis., on Wednesday. Darren Hauck / Reuters
A dog named Muldoon waits for its owner, who stopped for coffee on Wednesday in Barre, Vt. Toby Talbot / AP
Men help push a car that got stuck in a snow on the Lake Shore Drive in Chicago early Wednesday. Kamil Krzaczynski / EPA
Students from Marquette University in Milwaukee to go to the Union Building in blinding snow as a blizzard warning hits southeast Wisconsin on Tuesday. Marquette canceled classes for Wednesday. Rick Wood / AP
Cross country skiers navigate through snow downtown Chicago on Tuesday. Scott Olson / Getty Images
Rush hour traffic crawls as blowing snow batters Lake Shore Drive in Chicago on Tuesday. John Gress / Reuters
A snow-and-ice covered Chris Gubbels pauses while walking his dog Tuesday in Columbia. Mo. L.G. Patterson / AP
Snow falls on the Cloud Gate sculpture, also known as "the bean," in Millennium Park downtown Chicago on Monday. Scott Olson / Getty Images
This satellite image provided by NOAA shows the winter storm covering much of the U.S. on Tuesday. NOAA via AP
A snow plow clears College Ave. in Fayetteville, Ark., on Tuesday as heavy snow falls. April L. Brown / AP
An approaching blizzard doesn't stop this fisherman Tuesday on Lake Michigan in Chicago. John Gress / Reuters
Trucks disappear into the white snow as they travel along I-70 on Tuesday near Boonville, Mo. L.G. Patterson / AP
Postal carrier Tip Burnett uses a rubber hammer to open a frozen mailbox at the National Guard armory in Rogers, Ark., during heavy snow on Tuesday. Flip Putthoff / Northwest Arkansas Newspapers vi
Morning commuters in New York City make their way over a snow covered Williamsburg bridge on Tuesday. Mary Altaffer / AP
Icicles form on a walkway along Lake Michigan in Port Washington, Wisc., on Tuesday. Jeffrey Phelps / AP
A Bobcat is used to clear a parking lot of two-inch-thick ice in Carmel, Ind., on Tuesday. Michael Conroy / AP
Icy patches made crossing the sidewalk in Lancaster, Pa., a challenge on Tuesday. Richard Hertzler / Lancaster Newspapers, Inc. via AP
Ila Dooley digs her car out to try and get to work on Tuesday in Owasso, Okla. Both of Oklahoma's major airports had to shut down due to the snow. Mike Simons / Tulsa World via AP
Snow plows work to remove ice from Interstate 55 on Tuesday in St. Louis, Mo. A blizzard warning was in effect for the St. Louis area, as was a forecast for up to 20 inches of snow. Tom Gannam / AP
Snow was also falling Tuesday in downtown Albany, N.Y. Most of upstate New York was under a winter storm warning and Gov. Andrew Cuomo opened the State Emergency Operations Center due to a forecast of up to 2 feet of snow in some areas. Mike Groll / AP
A woman braces against the cold and blowing snow as she crosses the street in the financial district of downtown Denver on Monday. School officials canceled schools in Denver for Tuesday. Ed Andrieski / AP
Scott Buchanan scrapes snow off the roof of his house in Pembroke, Mass., on Monday as his yellow Lab Charlie holds a snow covered ball in his mouth waiting to play catch. Stephan Savoia / AP
Lexington, Ky., police and firefighters work at the scene of an accident after freezing rain moved coated roads there on Monday. A section of Georgetown Road was closed after two separate accidents involving five vehicles. Freezing rain turned the bridge into a sheet of ice. Charles Bertram / The Lexington Herald-Leader via