An intense winter storm of snow, wind, and rain has left tens of thousands without electricity across the central U.S.
Known as the ‘bomb cyclone,’ the storm has caused chaos across Colorado and the plains.
Eastern Nebraska has been hammered by high water.
Authorities rescued dozens of residents in Gretna and Norfolk, Nebraska along the Platte River threatened by ice jams with deputies going door-to-door asking residents to evacuate.
More than 3,700 flights were canceled Thursday and Wednesday connected to the storm.
Denver International Airport was hardest hit with thousands stranded after the airport closed Wednesday night.
The storm is now spreading farther north and east with severe weather expected from Mississippi to the Great Lakes.