(NBC News) The calendar says fall, but in parts of the United States the weather was all winter over the weekend.
The snow, cold, wind and ice that were so prevalent last winter are now back, too soon for many.
An arctic weather system pushed down the eastern seaboard, delivering snow as far south as Georgia.
And it’s not just the East.
65 mile per hour wind gusts in Chicago Saturday knocked down light poles and swept waves from Lake Michigan onto Lake Shore Drive.
In California, heavy rain north of los angeles triggered mudslides, forcing eleven homes to be evacuated, and the northern part of the state picked up six inches of snow.
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