Americans in the Midwestern U.S. say they're a little excited about the giant storm that started moving their way, promising 18 inches of snowfall in some areas. "I'm looking forward to it. I'm a school teacher, and we'll probably get a snow day—and it'll be the first time in a couple of years," said one resident of suburban Chicago. St. Louis, Milwaukee, and Kansas City could all get two feet, while Chicago is expecting its third biggest storm since the city began keeping records. The National Weather Service warned Green Bay Packers fans driving to the Super Bowl in Dallas to wait to leave until after Wednesday, when the worst of the storm will have passed.