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In photos: Impact of powerful Thanksgiving storms across the U.S.

Drivers make their way along slick and snowy roads on November 26, 2019 in Denver, Colorado.
Drivers make their way along slick and snowy roads in Denver, Colorado. Photo: Joe Mahoney/Getty Images

Two powerful storm systems are leaving the Thanksgiving plans of millions of people in disarray across the United States.

The big picture: The systems have caused transport chaos after triggering heavy snowstorms, rainfall, a "bomb cyclone" with hurricane-force winds and tornadoes in some parts of the country. Here's what's been unfolding, in photos.

Massive waves crashed on the shoreline by the Split Rock Lighthouse in Two Harbors, MN
Massive waves crash on the shoreline by the Split Rock Lighthouse in Two Harbors, Minnesota. Photo: Alex Kormann/Star Tribune via Getty Images
This mobile home was destroyed in the Baskin EF-2 tornado
The National Weather Service says a tornado destroyed this mobile home in Baskin, Louisiana. Photo: NWS/Twitter
A family goes sledding at Ruby Hill Park in Denver, Colorado
A family goes sledding at Ruby Hill Park in Denver, Colorado. Photo: Jason Connolly/AFP via Getty Images
Snow blows across a road on November 27, 2019 near Rudd, Iowa.
Snow blows across a road near Rudd, Iowa. Photo: Scott Olson/Getty Images
 People fight the wind and rain as they walk along 12th Street near Broadway in Oakland, Calif.
People fight the wind and rain in Oakland, California. Photo: Jane Tyska/Digital First Media/The East Bay Times via Getty Images
Crews work to clear heavy snow in-between concourses at Denver International Airport
Crews work to clear heavy snow at Denver International Airport. Photo: Andy Cross/MediaNews Group/The Denver Post via Getty Images
A dog poked their head through an open window as snow fell on Wednesday morning on Superior St. in Duluth, MN.
A dog pokes its head through an open window as snow falls in Duluth, Minnesota. Photo: Alex Kormann/Star Tribune via Getty Images

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