Local, National Impacts Of Weekend Snow Storm, Millions Under Winter Storm Warning

More than 35 million people are under winter storm warnings after a deadly storm ripped through several states.

The winter storm has contributed to accidents from the Midwest to the Northeast.

The Weather Channel says at least 12 people have been killed in weather-related crashes, including an Illinois state trooper.

Some states have seen more than a foot of snow.

In Cincinnati, a plane even slid off a slick runway. Thankfully, everyone is said to be okay.

A state of emergency is in place for North Carolina after the winter storm left roads in hazardous conditions and thousands without power across the state.

Wintry weather is impacting flights across the country and in Charlotte.

Several cancellations and delays have been reported at Charlotte-Douglas International Airport. On Sunday, just over 200 flights were delayed.

Power crews are also working to fix more than 100,000 outages across North Carolina.

Snow and ice are blamed for keeping people in the dark.

Governor Cooper says the state of emergency will help crews restore electricity faster.

Below are tweets from Duke Energy with pictures showing a tree on a car in Winston Salem and a power line catching fire.

Duke Energy says most customers will have power back on no later than Tuesday night.

Highway Patrol is coordinating with emergency responders to check abandoned cars and trucks to ensure no one is stranded on the highway in the cold.