NEWS
Fri Feb 8, 2013 12:18 PM CST

Snow and rain covered the northeast U.S. region Friday as a major snow storm continued to develop. Blizzard conditions are expected later Friday, Friday evening and early Saturday hampering travel and in many cased bringing travel to a halt. The key crop and livestock areas of the Canadian Prairies and the central U.S. continued mostly dry Friday. Temperatures ranged from the low 20s in the eastern Canadian Prairies to the low 80s in south Florida.

Snow and wind may linger through eastern New England early Saturday before ending later in the day. Showers develop through the Plains Saturday. This may ...

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