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A forceful winter storm plowed through the Midwestern U.S. 화요일에, canceling hundreds of flights, shuttering coronavirus testing sites and creating impossible conditions for drivers.
The National Weather Service had issued winter storm advisories for 아이오와, Kansas, 미주리, South Dakota, 위스콘신, 네브라스카 과 일리노이.
SNOW, FLOODS THREATEN NEW YEAR’S EVE CELEBRATIONS IN US
As the system traversed the Cornhusker State, 네브라스카, the storm dumped 이상 7 inches by Tuesday afternoon.
Iowans also experienced heavy snowfall, with totals up to more than a foot, 동안 Wisconsin saw up to 8 inches.
Isabel Wang, 8, cross-country skied home through Scheid Park in Golden Valley, Minn., with her younger brother, Fearghus, 4 and father, Hans, during the snowstorm on Tuesday, 12 월. 29, 2020. (Aaron Lavinsky/Star Tribune via AP)
Chicago’s Midway Airport 얻었다 이상 3 inches of snow, O’Hare International Airport measured 2.6 inches, and Rockford Airport counted more than 6 inches by Wednesday morning.
Transportation was impeded in most states as snow fell, causing visibility problems for drivers and pilots alike.
Nebraska’s State Patrol said troopers responded to over 150 weather-related incidents, and Iowa’s Department of Transportation urged residents to delay travel 계획. Kansas and Illinois law enforcement also reported several accidents, and Missouri’s Department of Transportation said roads were covered with snow.
게다가, ice accumulation weighing down power lines led to hundreds of power outages in Iowa, Nebraska and northwest Missouri, according to News Channel Nebraska.
State agencies are on standby as a second front reaching from the Great Lakes to the Southern Plains moves eastward to the Northeast Coast and Southwest to the Western Gulf Coast.
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텍사스, 미시시피 and the Mid-Atlantic are in for a wintry mix, with thunderstorms and heavier precipitation — though reduced in size — predicted through the end of the week.
New Year’s Eve celebrations are expected to be damp for the East and Pacific Northwest.