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Mar 4, 2013 - 10:37:52 AM



Storms Dumps Snow From Minnesota to Tennessee

By NBC News
Mar 4, 2013 - 10:34:34 AM

 

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A winter storm dropped heavy snow Monday and churned up sharp gusts of wind across a swath of the Northern Plains and Upper Mississippi Valley before it was expected to push east.

The storm slammed parts of Montana, North Dakota and Iowa and much of Minnesota, leaving a long arm of snow across the Upper Midwest and as far south as Tennessee, The Weather Channel reported.

Parts of Iowa and North Dakota could see as much as 15 inches of snow by Monday evening. Reduced visibility across the Great Plains will probably jam the major interstates, turning morning and evening commutes into a slog.

The winter storm is expected to move out of the Plains and push into the Great Lakes by late Monday and Tuesday, with the thickest snowfall expected in Wisconsin, northern Illinois and northern Indiana.

Washington and northern Virginia may see significant snow Wednesday, which could cause major flight delays at Washington Dulles, Reagan National and Baltimore-Washington airports, according to The Weather Channel.

If the mid-Atlantic region is hit hard, there could be coastal flooding and erosion from powerful onshore winds, particularly along the New Jersey shore, according to The Weather Channel's forecast.


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