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Winter storm coats Midwest in snow

Posted: 12/28/2007 - A winter storm has dropped several inches of snow in the Midwest, reducing visibility in some areas to just a few hundred feet.

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Storm could dump up to 8 inches of snow in parts of Michigan

Posted: 12/28/2007 - The National Weather Service says the storm was moving Friday from Illinois into southern Michigan. The heaviest snow was predicted in Alpena and other parts of the northeast Lower Peninsula, which could see 6 to 8 inches.

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Winter storm moves into Illinois, threatening to disrupt holiday travel

Posted: 12/28/2007 - O'Hare International Airport is experiencing flight delays of about an hour. Cancellations are expected as the day goes on. Officials are advising travelers to check the status of their flights. Meanwhile, Midway Airport is working under normal operations.

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Winter storm brings White Christmas, travel delays to Midwest

Posted: 12/26/2007 - Up to 7 inches of snow fell in Denver, causing a few flight delays. United Airlines canceled about 50 flights. But a spokeswoman says today is a light travel day, so passengers on canceled flights have been moved to others.

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Storm causes deaths, power outages from Plains to Great Lakes

Posted: 12/24/2007 - Blowing snow and howling winds are making driving treacherous, after a winter storm that's caused at least 11 deaths from the Plains to the Great Lakes. Sergeant Tim Elve of the Dane County Sheriff's Office says interstates are icy and rural roads are "really bad."

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High winds knock out power to thousands in western Michigan

Posted: 12/24/2007 - The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for some counties along Lake Michigan in the western part of the Lower Peninsula, where four to six inches of snow was possible by Monday morning.

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Power restored to most Oklahomans

Posted: 12/20/2007 - Most now have their power back. Many workers had come in from more than a dozen states to help in the effort, and they're planning to start going back home today.

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President issues disaster declaration in Oklahoma

Posted: 12/19/2007 - A spokesman for Governor Brad Henry says state officials plan to ask for additional counties to be added to the disaster declaration as damage assessments are completed.

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Worst of winter storm appears to have moved on

Posted: 12/17/2007 - A number of school districts have called off classes today. Parts of southern New England could be hit with possible gusts higher than 40 miles per hour.

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Thousands of schoolkids will get Monday off due to storm

Posted: 12/17/2007 - Sunday's brew of snow, sleet and freezing rain has caused problems from the Great Lakes to New England. A jetliner skidded off a runway near Providence, Rhode Island, but no one on the plane was hurt.

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Heavy winter weather could hit Michiana

Posted: 12/14/2007 - The National Weather Service is predicting heavy snow starting on Saturday and picking up overnight into Sunday. The NWS says it could mean six to 12 inches of snow, and even more in some areas.

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Families flee freezing, powerless homes

Posted: 12/13/2007 - Recovery efforts continue from an ice storm that paralyzed much of the nation's midsection. Officials now say there have been at least 33 storm-related deaths, 21 of them in Oklahoma.

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Power slowly coming back in wake of ice storm

Posted: 12/12/2007 - A mixture of snow, sleet and light rain has been falling this morning across parts of Texas and Oklahoma, where it could be up to 10 days before power is fully restored.

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