CHICAGO (AP) — After leaving slick roads and runways in the Midwest, a winter storm inched its way toward New England, where it was forecast to dump up to 2 feet (0.61 meters) of snow. The National.. Seattle Times - Published
Winter Storm Gia struck the Midwest region of the U.S. Friday night, freezing travel plans and prompting airlines to waive rebooking fees. The storm is moving east and is expected to persist throughout..
A wintry storm brought blizzard-like conditions to parts of the Midwest early Monday, grounding hundreds of flights and causing slick roads for commuters as they returned to work after the Thanksgiving..
A nasty winter storm is making it difficult for people returning to the Midwest after the Thanksgiving holiday. More than 1,200 flights were canceled Sunday, and more than 5,000 others were delayed on..
A deadly winter storm is blasting snow and ice along a 1,400 mile stretch from the Central Plains to the Mid-Atlantic coast. At least seven people were killed on slippery roads in Missouri, Kansas and.. CBS News - Published
A winter storm that dumped heavy snow on the U.S. Midwest, causing at least five roadway deaths, stranding some motorists in Missouri and canceling dozens of flights, marched east toward Washington on.. Reuters - Published
A nasty winter storm is making it difficult for people returning to the Midwest after the Thanksgiving holiday. More than 1,200 flights were canceled Sunday, and more than 5,000 others were delayed on.. CBS News - Published
Travel isn't any easier for drivers in the Midwest. The winter storm caused whiteout conditions from Nebraska to Illinois, forcing some major highways to shut down. Dean Reynolds reports. CBS News - Published
A winter storm is continuing to batter much of the central Midwest early Monday from northeast Missouri into southeast Wisconsin and northeast Illinois, including the greater Chicago area Newsday - Published
Cities are seeing snowfall totals climb towards record highs Saturday and the Michigan Department of Transportation said it is still seeing a number of crashes and road closures.
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