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Traveler Susan Messerly returns to her car at Billings Logan International Airport in Billings, Mont., after her flight to Phoenix was canceled, as temperatures plunged below zero in Billings, Mont., Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014. Forecasters said record lows were possible Wednesday morning and the cold air would linger into the weekend. (AP Photo/Matthew Brown)
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Drivers tried to negotiate the slick hill on 40th Street traveling north toward the intersection with Old Cheney Road on Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014. The Midwest is experiencing the first icy touch of arctic air after a storm has moved into the region packing high winds, light snow and ice. Other regions and the East are expecting a dose later in the week, with temperatures forecast as much as 40 degrees below average. (AP Photo/The Journal-Star, Ted Kirk)
Workers work to complete a road project in single digit weather in downtown Williston, N.D. on Tuesday Nov. 11, 2014. Residents across the Rockies and Upper Midwest dug out from under a foot or more of snow on Tuesday, after waking up to frigid temperatures that plunged as much as 50 degrees overnight. The rest of the Midwest and the East are expecting a dose of the icy weather later this week thanks to a powerful storm that hit Alaska with hurricane-force winds over the weekend. (AP Photo/Josh Wood)
St. Charles, Mo. native Jeff Novel smoothes out cement in downtown Williston, N.D. in single digit weather on Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014. Residents across the Rockies and Upper Midwest dug out from under a foot or more of snow on Tuesday, after waking up to frigid temperatures that plunged as much as 50 degrees overnight. The rest of the Midwest and the East are expecting a dose of the icy weather later this week thanks to a powerful storm that hit Alaska with hurricane-force winds over the weekend. (AP Photo/Josh Wood)
A good Samaritan helps push a car stuck on an icy road in Omaha, Neb., Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014. The Midwest is experiencing the first icy touch of arctic air after a storm has moved into the region packing high winds, light snow and ice. Other regions and the East are expecting a dose later in the week, with temperatures forecast as much as 40 degrees below average. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)
John Smigel salutes to the grave of U.S. Army MSGT Robert W. Raiser who served in World War II after placing an American flag at the soldier's headstone at Fort Logan National Cemetery in Sheridan, Colo., on Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014. A powerful storm made up of the remnants of Typhoon Nuri has moved into the intermountain West, packing high winds and light snow for the region's residents to contend with during the work week. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
Light snow carpets the graves of soldiers at Fort Logan National Cemetery in Sheridan, Colo., while a bouquet of flowers sits on the grave of Air Force Lt. Harvey J. Bevier, who served in Worlf War II, the Korean and Vietnam Wars, on Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014. A powerful storm made up of the remnants of Typhoon Nuri has moved into the intermountain West, packing high winds and light snows for the region's residents to contend with on Veterans' Day. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
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7,000,000 people are under winter storm warnings: http://t.co/wenuiu9wBe http://t.co/CUTv4BNhHI
Updated forecast says winter storm could drop 14 inches of snow on St. Paul, Minneapolis. http://t.co/pefYEtSJXd http://t.co/tQmQJUq6ps
Workers work to complete a road project in single digit weather in downtown Williston, N.D. on Tuesday Nov. 11, 2014. Residents across the Rockies and Upper Midwest dug out from under a foot or more of snow on Tuesday, after waking up to frigid temperatures that plunged as much as 50 degrees overnight. The rest of the Midwest and the East are expecting a dose of the icy weather later this week thanks to a powerful storm that hit Alaska with hurricane-force winds over the weekend. (AP Photo/Josh Wood)
This Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014 photo, provided by Lena Howland/KOAA News 5, shows tumbleweeds that blew into Pueblo West, Colo. with a cold front that came through the town on Monday. Tumbleweeds piled up around houses and shops and along roads several feet high in and around Colorado Springs and Pueblo as the system moved from north to south across the state. (AP Photo/KOAA News 5, Lena Howland)
This Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014 photo, provided by Lena Howland/KOAA News 5, shows tumbleweeds that blew into Pueblo West, Colo. with a cold front that came through the town on Monday. Tumbleweeds piled up around houses and shops and along roads several feet high in and around Colorado Springs and Pueblo as the system moved from north to south across the state. (AP Photo/KOAA News 5, Lena Howland)
This Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014 photo, provided by Lena Howland/KOAA News 5, shows tumbleweeds that blew into Pueblo West, Colo. with a cold front that came through the town on Monday. Tumbleweeds piled up around houses and shops and along roads several feet high in and around Colorado Springs and Pueblo as the system moved from north to south across the state. (AP Photo/KOAA News 5, Lena Howland)
This Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014 photo, provided by Lena Howland/KOAA News 5, shows tumbleweeds that blew into Pueblo West, Colo. with a cold front that came through the town on Monday. Tumbleweeds piled up around houses and shops and along roads several feet high in and around Colorado Springs and Pueblo as the system moved from north to south across the state. (AP Photo/KOAA News 5, Lena Howland)
A man walks through Mears Park in downtown St. Paul, Minn., during the first snowstorm of the season on Monday, Nov.10, 2014.Though the snow will largely stop in Minnesota by Tuesday afternoon, said Joe Calderone, senior forecaster at the National Weather Service office in Chanhassen, Minnesota, the state won’t be “seeing any warm up any time soon.” (AP Photo/The Star Tribune, Leila Navidi)
Children walk to school in St. Paul, Minn., during the first snowstorm of the season on Monday, Nov. 10, 2014. Though the snow will largely stop in Minnesota by Tuesday afternoon, said Joe Calderone, senior forecaster at the National Weather Service office in Chanhassen, Minnesota, the state won’t be “seeing any warm up any time soon.” (AP Photo/The Star Tribune, Leila Navidi)
This photo provided by the Minnesota State Patrol via Twitter shows a semi loaded with live turkeys that skidded off an interstate near Dalton, Minn., as a winter storm moved into the region, on Monday, Nov. 10, 2014. The State Patrol says the driver of the semi wasn't seriously hurt when the rig slipped off Interstate 94 and overturned down an embankment. (AP Photo/Minnesota State Patrol)
A good Samaritan helps push a car stuck on an icy road in Omaha, Neb., Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014. The Midwest is experiencing the first icy touch of arctic air after a storm has moved into the region packing high winds, light snow and ice. Other regions and the East are expecting a dose later in the week, with temperatures forecast as much as 40 degrees below average. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)
St. Charles, Mo. native Jeff Novel smoothes out cement in downtown Williston, N.D. in single digit weather on Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014. Residents across the Rockies and Upper Midwest dug out from under a foot or more of snow on Tuesday, after waking up to frigid temperatures that plunged as much as 50 degrees overnight. The rest of the Midwest and the East are expecting a dose of the icy weather later this week thanks to a powerful storm that hit Alaska with hurricane-force winds over the weekend. (AP Photo/Josh Wood)
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Snow falls on the Vince Lombardi statue at Lambeau Field, Monday, Nov. 10, 2014, in Green Bay, Wis. A frigid blast of air is moving into the mainland U.S. thanks to a powerful storm that hit Alaska with hurricane-force winds over the weekend. Residents in the Upper Midwest are bracing for heavy snow and temperatures plunging across numerous states. (AP Photo/Kiichiro Sato)
Typhoon Nuri on 21 August 2008 nearing Hong-Kong in the Western Pacific ocean. True-colour satellite image using MODIS data., Typhoon Nuri, Western Pacific, Asia, On 21/08/2008, True Colour Satellite Image (Photo by Planet Observer/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)
Snow covers the ground as workers of Heath Firms, from Coloma, Wis., plant tulips and work on holiday decorations at Lambeau Field, Monday, Nov. 10, 2014, in Green Bay, Wis. A frigid blast of air is moving into the mainland U.S. thanks to a powerful storm that hit Alaska with hurricane-force winds over the weekend. Residents in the Upper Midwest are bracing for heavy snow and temperatures plunging across numerous states. (AP Photo/Kiichiro Sato)
Workers of Heath Firms, from Coloma, Wis., plant tulips for the spring and work on holiday decorations at Lambeau Field, Monday, Nov. 10, 2014, in Green Bay, Wis. A frigid blast of air is moving into the mainland U.S. thanks to a powerful storm that hit Alaska with hurricane-force winds over the weekend. Residents in the Upper Midwest are bracing for heavy snow and temperatures plunging across numerous states. (AP Photo/Kiichiro Sato)
Workers of Heath Firms, from Coloma, Wis., plant tulips and work on holiday decorations at Lambeau Field, Monday, Nov. 10, 2014, in Green Bay, Wis. A frigid blast of air is moving into the mainland U.S. thanks to a powerful storm that hit Alaska with hurricane-force winds over the weekend. Residents in the Upper Midwest are bracing for heavy snow and temperatures plunging across numerous states. (AP Photo/Kiichiro Sato)
Snow falls on the Curly Lambeau statue at Lambeau Field, Monday, Nov. 10, 2014, in Green Bay, Wis. A frigid blast of air is moving into the mainland U.S. thanks to a powerful storm that hit Alaska with hurricane-force winds over the weekend. Residents in the Upper Midwest are bracing for heavy snow and temperatures plunging across numerous states. (AP Photo/Kiichiro Sato)
This Nov. 5, 2014 photo provided by NASA shows a picture captured by NASA's Aqua satellite of Typhoon Nuri. Weather forecasters say an explosive storm, a remnant of Typhoon Nuri, surpassing the intensity of 2012's Superstorm Sandy is heading toward the northern Pacific Ocean and expected to pass Alaska's Aleutian Islands over the weekend. (AP Photo/NASA)
CHINA - AUGUST 22: Storm clouds cover the city of Hong Kong, China, on Friday, Aug. 22, 2008. Hong Kong closed its markets and offices as Typhoon Nuri bore down on the city with winds as high as 120 kilometers (75 miles) per hour, prompting the government to warn residents to prepare for a direct hit. (Photo by Scott Eells/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
CHINA - AUGUST 22: Trash is strewn on the ground by winds of an incoming typhoon in Hong Kong, China, on Friday, Aug. 22, 2008. Hong Kong closed its markets and offices as Typhoon Nuri bore down on the city with winds as high as 120 kilometers (75 miles) per hour, prompting the government to warn residents to prepare for a direct hit. (Photo by Scott Eells/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
A Police officer walks across a mini bus destroyed by fallen scaffoldings near a construction site in Hong Kong, Friday, Aug. 22, 2008. Typhoon Nuri weakened to a severe tropical storm as it landed in Hong Kong Friday, bringing strong winds and rainfall but inflicting little damage. No major destruction was reported, unlike in the Philippines, where Nuri killed seven people and triggered landslides and floods in the north. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung)
An arch welcoming people near Williston, N.D.'s Amtrak station is seen on Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014. Tuesday morning saw temperatures in the single digits and a light snowfall. (AP Photo/Josh Wood)
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A massive storm expected to help push Arctic air toward the lower 48 states was moving slowly eastward after blasting parts of Alaska's Aleutian chain with hurricane-force winds.

The tempest fueled by the remnants of Typhoon Nuri was forecast to play a role in generating a high-pressure system that will allow frigid air to blanket the central plains, starting with eastern Montana and the Dakotas on Sunday. The frigid temperatures are expected to spill south into the central plains on Monday.

The system was centered 220 miles northwest of Adak in the Aleutian chain, David Kochevar, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service, said early Sunday.

"It's slowly dissipating over the Bering Sea," he said.

Its strongest winds had diminished considerably and were recorded at just 45 mph in Adak and Shemya Island, Kochevar said.

The storm peaked Friday with sustained winds of 70 mph and gusts up to 96 mph on Shemya, forecasters said.

The weakened storm was only expected to bring gale-force winds to the Alaska mainland's southwestern coast, typical for this time of year, said NWS meteorologist Shaun Baines.

"The worst conditions were out where there's no people," he said Saturday.

On Shemya Island, 120 civilian contractors staff an early warning radar installation for the U.S. military.

Eareckson Air Station on the island 1,500 miles southwest Anchorage suffered minor facility damage, Alaskan Command public affairs officer Tommie Baker said.

The corners of a roof were bent back and some dumpsters moved around, but no roof was torn off and the dumpters didn't slam into any vehicles or buildings, Baker said. Workers locked themselves inside to wait out the storm.

Workers had yet to conduct a full assessment of damage around the entire island, Baker said. But workers there are accustomed to extreme weather, including 100-mile winds. The community averages six weather-related lockdowns a year.

The storm surpassed the intensity of 2012's Superstorm Sandy as measured by pressure, but a lack of measuring stations in the remote region means meteorologists didn't have much more data. Sandy caused at least 182 deaths and $65 billion in damage on the East Coast. Nuri, in contrast, hit a sparsely populated region with just a few small communities where people are accustomed to severe weather.

The high-pressure system Nuri will help create is expected to send temperatures plunging across a wide swathe of the lower 48 states. High temperatures were forecast to be below freezing on Tuesday across much of Wyoming to Minnesota and parts of Iowa, said Bruce Sullivan of the National Weather Service's prediction center.

The high in Great Falls, Montana, is expected to be 7 degrees, Sullivan said. By Wednesday, high temperatures will struggle to get out of the low 30s in the Texas and Oklahoma panhandles, he said.

"Once it gets its momentum going, it's going to keep going south," Sullivan said.

Super Typhoon Nuri Is Stronger Than Sandy, Coming for U.S.

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The McDonald's on Broad Channel Drive in Rockaway Beach only days after Sandy ravaged the neighborhood. (Instagram/GormoJourno)
The completely rebuilt McDonald's as it stands today. (AOL News Photo)
Beach 91st Street & Shorefront Parkway as they were in the days after Sandy. (Flickr)
Windows on the street are still taped even today. (AOL News Photo)
The famed Rockaway Skating Park was destroyed by Sandy. (Flickr)
It has been completely rebuilt. (AOL News Photo)
Another view of the destroyed skating park. (Flickr)
It is now better than ever. (AOL News photo)
The boardwalk is still being rebuilt, but it is no longer in the street. (AOL News photo)
The beach still has a long way to go, but it is in better shape with each passing day. (AOL News photo)
Another view of the beach as it is today. (AOL News photo)
In this photo provided by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey a surveillance camera captures the PATH station in Hoboken, N.J., as it is flooded shortly before 9:30 p.m. EDT on Monday, Oct. 29, 2012. (AP Photo/Port Authority of New York and New Jersey)
The Hoboken PATH station has been completely restored since Sandy's floodwaters ravaged it. (AOL News photo)
The station has never looked better. (AOL News photo)
The shopping arcade at One New York Plaza, in Lower Manhattan, was completely submerged from Sandy's storm surge. (Alamy)
It is no longer underwater, but has yet to reopen. (AOL News photo)
This Oct. 30, 2012, photo provided by New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) shows a flooded escalator in the South Ferry station of the No. 1 subway line, in lower Manhattan, after Superstorm Sandy passed through New York.  (AP Photo/Metropolitan Transportation Authority)
South Ferry Station has since been completely rebuilt and opened. (AOL News photo)
Sandy's storm surge rushed into this parking garage during the night of October 29, 2012. (AOL News photo)
Cars piled on top of each other at the entrance to the garage, on South Willliam Street, in Lower Manhattan on October 31, 2012. (STAN HONDA/AFP/Getty Images)
The parking garage looks today as if no flooding ever happened. (AOL News photo)
FILE - This Oct. 29, 2012 file photo shows flooded streets around a Con Edison substation in the Brooklyn borough of New York as Superstorm Sandy moved through the area. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews, File)
This Oct. 17, 2013 photo shows a pedestrian walking along Jay Street near a Con Edison substation in the Brooklyn borough of New York nearly a year after the area was flooded during Superstorm Sandy. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)
FILE - This Oct. 30, 2012 file photo shows downed power lines and a battered road smashed by Superstorm Sandy in Seaside Heights, N.J. Sandy, the storm that made landfall a day earlier, caused multiple fatalities, halted mass transit and cut power to more than 6 million homes and businesses. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez, File)
This Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2013 photo shows traffic flowing on a road connecting the barrier island at Seaside Heights, N.J., with the mainland of Toms River, N.J. A year ago, during Superstorm Sandy, the road was covered in sand and downed power lines caused by the storm which hit Oct. 29, 2012. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)
FILE - This Nov. 14, 2012 file photo shows a piece of construction equipment working on the pile of debris, collected during the cleanup from Superstorm Sandy, in the parking lot of Jacob Riis Park in the Rockaway section of the Queens borough of New York.(AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)
This Oct. 17, 2013 photo shows the parking lot at Jacob Riis State Park empty of all the debris that had been stored there following Superstorm Sandy, in the Rockaway section of the Queens borough of New York. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)
FILE - This Oct. 29, 2012 file photo shows sea water flooding the entrance to the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel in New York as Superstorm Sandy struck the city. (AP Photo/ John Minchillo, File)
This Oct. 20, 2013 photo shows a taxi entering New York's Brooklyn Battery Tunnel in lower Manhattan nearly a year after Superstorm Sandy flooded the tunnel and other low-lying areas of the city, including the nearby World Trade Center construction site. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)
FILE - This Nov. 22, 2012 file photo show debris left by Superstorm Sandy where the boardwalk had been in front of Lucky Leo's arcade in Seaside Heights, N.J. (AP Photo/Mel Evans, File)
This Oct. 13, 2013 photo shows people walking along the rebuilt boardwalk in Seaside Heights, N.J., where a year ago Superstorm Sandy left the resort area in ruins. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)
FILE - In this Nov. 1, 2012 file photo, commuters wait in a line to board buses into Manhattan in front of the Barclays Center in the Brooklyn borough of New York. The line stretched twice around the arena and commuters reported wait times of one to three hours to get on a bus. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig, File)
This Oct. 17, 2013 photo shows the scene in front of the Barclays Center in the Brooklyn borough of New York. Nearly a year ago, after Superstorm Sandy knocked out many subway lines, the line stretched twice around the arena and commuters reported wait times of one to three hours to get on a bus. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
FILE - This April 25, 2013 file photo shows a flag waving in front of the burned remains of more than 60 small bungalows which were destroyed at Camp Osborn in Brick, N.J., during Superstorm Sandy. (AP Photo/Mel Evans, File)
This Oct. 13, 2013 photo shows a tattered flag flaping in the wind in Brick, N.J., where 60 small bungalows that once made up Camp Osborn were destroyed in a fire a year ago during Superstorm Sandy. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)
FILE - This Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012 file photo shows Robert Connolly, left, embracing his wife Laura as they survey the remains of the home owned by her parents that burned to the ground during Superstorm Sandy in the Breezy Point section of New York. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)
This Oct. 21, 2013 photo show foundations, which are all that remain of a house that burned to the ground during Superstorm Sandy a year ago in the Breezy Point neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York. The view is similar to the one that Robert and Laura Connolly had of her parents' burned house on Oct. 30, 2012. New homes, top center and top right, are under construction in the seaside community that lost more than 100 homes to a firestorm during Sandy. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)
FILE - In this Nov. 5, 2012 file photo, Rockaway resident Christine Walker walks along the beach under what is left of the Rockaway boardwalk days after Superstorm Sandy in the Queens borough of New York. (AP Photo/Craig Ruttle, File)
This Oct. 21, 2013 photo shows a view along the beach with reinforced dunes and the buried remains of the former boardwalk in a Rockaway neighborhood in the Queens borough of New York. Nealry a year ago, the boardwalk stood above the beach, used by the neighborhood and many other New Yorkers, but was wiped away by the storm surge of Superstorm Sandy. (AP Photo/Craig Ruttle)
FILE - This Dec. 4, 2012 file photo shows the ruins of Breezy Point in the Queens borough of New York where fire burned 130 houses and flooding destroyed another 220 during Superstorm Sandy. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)
This Oct. 13, 2013 photo shows a sign in a section of Ortley Beach in Toms River, N.J., on an empty lot in an area where the debris from numerous homes was removed after being destroyed last October during Superstorm Sandy. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)
FILE - This Oct. 29, 2012 file photo shows lower Manhattan in the dark during Superstorm Sandy, as seen from the Brooklyn Heights promenade in the Brooklyn borough of New York. One World Trade Center, background center, remains brightly lit. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews, File)
This Oct. 17, 2013 photo, taken nearly a year after Superstorm Sandy, shows the illuminated skyscrapers of lower Manhattan as a backdrop to ongoing construction in the Brooklyn Heights neighborhood, in the Brooklyn borough of New York. Almost a years ago, the skyline was forced in to darkness during the floods from Sandy. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)
FILE - This Oct. 30, 2012 file photo show Brian Hajeski of Brick, N.J., reacting while looking at the destruction left behind when the Atlantic Ocean breached over land in Mantaloking, N.J., the morning after Superstorm Sandy rolled through. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez, File)
This Oct. 22, 2013 photo shows Brian Hajeski of Brick, N.J., standing at the same spot where a year earlier he witnessed the destruction left behind when the Atlantic Ocean breached over Mantaloking, N.J., during Superstorm Sandy. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)
FILE - This Oct. 30, 2012 file photo shows a statue of the Virgin Mary that survived an overnight fire in the Breezy Point section of the Queens borough of New York the morning afer Superstorm Sandy tore through. In the beachfront enclave fire burned 130 houses and flooding destroyed another 220. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II, File)
This Oct. 15, 2013 photo shows a view of Gotham Way in the Breezy Point section of the Queens borough of New York where a statue of the Virgin Mary that survived a massive fire once stood. The statue became an iconic image of Superstorm Sandy's wrath, which caused a fire that burned 130 houses and flooding that destroyed another 220. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)
FILE -This Feb. 25, 2013 file photo shows the sun rising in Seaside Heights, N.J., behind the Jet Star Roller Coaster which had been sitting in the ocean after part of the Casino Pier was destroyed during Superstorm Sandy. (AP Photo/Mel Evans, File)
This Oct. 13, 2013 photo shows an empty section of the Atlantic ocean off Seaside Heights, N.J., where, for months after Superstorm Sandy, the Jet Star Roller Coaster rose out of the water after the Casino Pier was destroyed by the storm. The pier was the former site of the roller coaster that was swept into the ocean, creating one of the storm's enduring images. The roller coaster was removed in May. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)
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