A powerful storm dumped snow on the Rocky Mountains on Sunday, after having forced the cancellation of hundreds of flights and the postponement of a Major League Soccer game.
The fierce Pacific storm was moving east across the Plains into the Midwest, and blizzard conditions were possible in parts of Nebraska and northwest Kansas, The Weather Channel reported.
Forecasters also said that parts of the region could expect wind gusts of up to 50-miles-an-hour and white out conditions.
Meteorologists said there could be accumulations of 3 to 6 inches in portions of Iowa, Minnesota, central Wisconsin and northern Michigan as well on Sunday.
The late-winter blast has already dumped up to 10 inches of heavy, wet snow in the Denver metropolitan area, The Weather Channel reported.
More than 600 flights in and out of Denver International Airport were canceled on Saturday, according to the Associated Press.
"Many of the canceled flights are commuter flights that go to mountain towns," airport spokesman Heath Montgomery told Reuters, adding that the facility remained open.
Looking ahead, passengers could expect delays of up to 30 minutes as crews de-iced departing aircraft, he said, according to Reuters.
The Colorado Rapids postponed their Major League Soccer game against the Philadelphia Union until Sunday, the team said on its website.
And as the storm moves farther east, rain is expected to move into western New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia on Monday, the Weather Channel reported.