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Deadly winter storm takes aim at Northeast, snow expected as holiday travel delays pile up

FOXNews.com Monday, 2 December 2019 ()
A deadly winter storm that has been pummeling the nation’s West Coast and northern Midwest as millions of travelers returned home from their Thanksgiving holiday is taking aim at the Northeast and likely to cause further flight cancellations and delays.
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News video: Winter Weather Snarls Travel As Folks Head Home After Thanksgiving Holiday

Winter Weather Snarls Travel As Folks Head Home After Thanksgiving Holiday 02:54

Winter weather is arriving at the worst possible time, hitting the tri-state area on the busiest travel day of the year; CBS2's Marc Liverman reports.

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