Commuters bundled up and drivers proceeded cautiously on Monday (November 11) as an early snowfall blanketed parts of the Midwest.
In Chicago, passengers shivered as they waited for their trains. Meanwhile, in a suburb just outside Des Moines, Iowa, traffic moved carefully on roads covered in light snow.
And traffic inched along in a Nebraska neighborhood after a fire truck slid on slick pavement and turned sideways, blocking the morning rush.
The snow comes as a result of a Arctic cold front delivering winter weather to the central, southern and eastern parts of the United States.
The National Weather Service has predicted almost 400 weather records could be tied or set in the U.S. this week.
(Production: Kristin Neubauer)