Looks like winter has gotten too comfortable to leave—thanks for nothing, Punxsutawney Phil. A massive snowstorm is now headed east after walloping the plains states Thursday, resulting in at least one death. The storm even delivered a few flakes to Tucson, Arizona, with an inch falling in the city and up to six inches falling in the mountains—forcing the PGA to cancel a tour event in the city. In Oklahoma, Cody Alexander, 18, was killed when his car skidded on an interstate due to the slushy mix, while a school bus crashed in northern Arkansas, injuring three students and the driver. A winter-storm warning has been issued from Colorado to Illinois, with as much as several feet expected in some areas.
BRR Snowman on fairway in Marana, Ariz. on Wednesday. (Ross D. Franklin/AP)