NEWS
Thu Feb 13, 2014 12:30 PM CST

Moderate to heavy snow, ice and rain occurred Thursday through the middle Atlantic region and the northeast U.S. Transportation delays and power outages were increasing. Snow showers occurred through the Northern Plains region, little elsewhere in the key U.S. crop and livestock areas. Temperatures ranged from a little below zero degrees Fahrenheit in the eastern Canadian Prairies to the 70s in southern Florida.

Light snow with locally heavier and a little ice is expected during Friday through the southern Midwest and through the northern Delta regions. This likely means further transportation delays and possibly some power outages. Mainly dry elsewhere ...

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