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Travel-snarling system mauls Midwest, with forecasters saying it could hit major Eastern Seaboard cities later this week.
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A gusting winter storm buried parts of the Northeast under 3 feet of snow and left millions of people with little to do Saturday but wait — for lights to come on, flights to resume and packed-in cars to be freed.
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Severe winter weather barrels toward some of the most populated parts of the nation, closing schools, causing travel chaos and threatening two feet of snow and gale-force winds.
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With more than 50 million Americans in its path and Boston in the crosshairs, a dangerous winter storm churned Friday into the Northeast, where thousands of schools were closed and thousands of flights canceled as forecasters warned of a whiteout.
A crippling and potentially historic winter storm barreled toward the Northeast on Thursday, threatening tens of millions of people with 2 feet of snow. Airlines encouraged fliers to change their plans and get out of the way.
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A major winter storm bound for the Northeast could bury Boston and surrounding areas under more than two feet of snow later this week — or not, depending on which weather forecast model is right.
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Capping off a brutal week of frigid conditions and subzero wind chills, residents across much of the country on Friday were still experiencing some of the coldest temperatures in years — with southern states getting a rare icy blast.