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By Bernie Wilson, Associated Press
Ice threatened to wreak havoc on travel and electric service in the Northeast before the storm heads out to sea late Friday and Saturday.
By Kathleen Foody, Jill Bleed, Associated Press
A major winter storm with millions of Americans in its path brought a mix of rain, freezing rain and snow to the middle section of the United States as airlines canceled hundreds of flights, governors urged residents to stay off…
By Paul J. Weber, Associated Press
Parts of 10 states and some major population centers — including Philadelphia, New York and Boston — were pummeled by the storm. By late morning, more than a foot (30 centimeters) of snow had fallen on parts of New Jersey’s…
By Mark Pratt, Mike Catalini, Associated Press
Tens of thousands of customers were without power in Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Florida. Highway patrols were reporting hundreds of vehicle accidents, and a tornado ripped through a trailer park in Florida.
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By Zarar Khan, Associated Press
The snow was so severe that heavy equipment brought in to clear it initially got stuck during the night, said Umar Maqbool, assistant commissioner for the town of Murree. Temperatures fell to minus 8 degrees Celsius (17.6 degrees Fahrenheit).
By Mark Pratt, Associated Press
A winter storm that had already blanketed parts of the South in snow moved into the Northeast, snarling air travel, and crushing morning commutes.
By Jonathan Mattise, Associated Press
A National Weather Service meteorologist says the storm began hitting greater Nashville on Thursday morning. About 4 to 6 inches of snow had fallen across a large swath of Middle Tennessee by early afternoon.
A powerful late winter snowstorm intensified over the central Rocky Mountains with heavy snow and wind leading to airport and road closures, power outages and avalanche warnings in parts of Colorado, Wyoming and Nebraska.
The cascading crises of power outages across Texas due to winter weather lead to another problem — lack of clean water.
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