NEWS
Thu Feb 20, 2014 05:55 AM CST

Rain, ice and snow will move across the Midwest as well as the central and eastern Plains Thursday, along with very strong winds across the entire central U.S. Blizzard warnings are in effect from central Iowa through south-central and southeastern Minnesota. This storm system will cause transportation disruption along with possible electric outages. Areas that receive rain in the Midwest are likely to have flooding due to a lack of infiltration on frozen surfaces. We'll also see light snow and blustery conditions in the Canadian Prairies. The Southern Plains for the most part will be bypassed by the moisture.

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