Yes, the Midwest's Blizzard of the century has begun. I celebrated with reading Genealogical Resources of the Civil War Era by William Dollarhide. While I realize that not many of this blog's readers are going to be interested in this book, it still deserves a mention!
The book is divided into four sections: Introduction, Resource Groups, Statewide Name Lists, and Best Resource Centers. It appears to be quite comprehensive with good suggestions for online sources as well as library/book sources. It covers both Union and Confederate service records.
I have been especially interested in Missouri Confederate records for the past few years and I was impressed with Mr. Dollarhide's list of resources.
I would definitely recommend this book to any genealogists researching Civil War service history of ancestors.