Southeast gets hammered with snow and ice

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LEXINGTON, Kentucky - After dumping more than a foot of snow in Boston, it looks like mother nature's newest target is the Southeast. In Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, and Virginia, roads were covered in snow and ice as States of Emergency were issued in all four states.

Tennessee officials say more than 50,000 people were without power. Lexington, Kentucky saw 10.1 inches of snow, making it one of the snowiest calendar days on record.

While the southeast is getting too much snow, it turns out Squaw Valley, California didn't get enough. The World Cup ski cross and snowboard cross races at the Squaw Valley resort were cancelled because there wasn't enough to snow to host the event.