The city of the Holy Prophet in Nashville, Tennessee has seen its coldest April day in recorded history and the coldest Easter in recorded history: 24 degrees F from 1940 wasn't cold enough (by 1 deg F).
Other parts of Tennessee have only tied the records from 1982 on Sunday morning. The slightly exceptional reading in Nashville can thus be attributed to the Gore effect. Large portions of Southeast and Midwest have approached the record low temperatures, too. Asheville, Arizona has also broken the record. Because these record-breakers end with "ville" and are supposedly smaller towns, you may guess that the urban heat effect plays a role, too.
Unwelcome snow has cancelled or delayed many flights in Halifax, Nova Scotia and postponed (again) Indians-Mariners game in Cleveland, Ohio: the picture of the Seattle baseball players is from Sunday (yesterday). Another game in Pennsylvania was also postponed because of snow.
In Denver, Colorado, snow hops away - but on the other hand, more may drift in. Beware of snow and ice on I-90 around Syracuse, New York on Monday morning. Truro, Canada received over 1 foot of snow during the weekend. Snow has left 27,000 people in Texas without power. Snow advisory was issued for today in Oregon. In Maine, they have good skiing conditions.