Blizzard, High Winds And Possible Flooding To Hit U.S. Plains States

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Published on March 13, 2019 - Duration: 00:43s

Blizzard, High Winds And Possible Flooding To Hit U.S. Plains States

Reuters reports that a late-winter blizzard is expected to hit the U.S. Central Plains states Wednesday.

The unseasonable snowstorm is projected to dump up to two feet of snow and could produce fierce winds and flooding in the Upper Midwest.

Blizzard conditions are being forecast from northeastern Colorado, southeastern Wyoming, western Nebraska and parts of North Dakota and South Dakota.

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Blizzard, High Winds And Possible Flooding To Hit U.S. Plains States

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