You've been sending us your pictures of Mother Nature at work where you live.
We tried to fit in as many as we could to now show you what the blizzard left in its path.
Why drive when you have a snowmobile like Heath on Highway 30 east of Lake Wilson in Minnesota.
And check out the amount of snow on Anita's back deck in Pierre - take it easy on those steps.
We know visibility's been limited today but Bonnie shows us you can still see the pretty Christmas lights on the pine trees near Claremont, South Dakota.
This was labeled 'the view' if you can call it that from the Aberdeen fire station looking at the airport.
And the limited visibility continues with this picture sent to us by Erika of Highway 12 near Aberdeen.
Check out this snowdrift that's as high as the Heitmann's cars in Lake City South Dakota.
Look closely and you can still see the Christmas lights on Jennifer's back deck in Veblen.
And from Levi in Mission Ridge - just the picture can make you cold - all that blowing snow.
A reminder that summer picnics in Huron are still a ways away.
But that isn't stopping Dan, Matthew, Lillian and Joseph from having some winter fun, as bundled up as they are.
This picture from Ferney, South Dakota is actually of that backhoe you see in the background, which Roxanne's friend Randy used to get out and get some oyster stew - since his car couldn't handle the snow.
Staci and Jason in Scotland, South Dakota sent us this pretty picture - a type of winter rainbow.
And a picture fit for a textbook of sun dogs in Alexandria, South Dakota.
Just a few of the pictures you sent us Friday - thanks for taking the time to show us the conditions in your area.