Louisiana got its earliest snowflakes on record as people across the South and Northeast awakened to a dusting of powder.
Snow started falling in the region late Friday and continued into Saturday morning.
Snow also caused a few cancellations Saturday at Washington's Dulles International Airport.
The National Weather Service says several Louisiana towns reported two to three inches of snow. Photos posted online showed clumps of snow on otherwise brown yards — though many people scraped together enough for snowmen.
The storm also dumped three to four inches of snow overnight in parts of Mississippi. Tennessee and North Carolina reported light snow at higher elevations.
In northern Georgia, National Weather Service meteorologist Trisha Palmer said the light snowfall was "not that big of a deal."
Virginia also saw snow from a storm front heading into Maine.