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Plains and South brace for another winter storm

Another powerful winter storm is bringing heavy snowfall and cold temperatures to most of the United States. Snow is falling across states in the the Plains and South, areas that saw a storm just a few days ago.  Further east, while the snow has stopped (for now?), cold temperatures combined with strong winds are making it quite uncomfortable. DB

Visit our previous posts on the cold and snow for some great links and interactive maps!

An update on the storm’s impacts on the Southeast.

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