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Another ice storm set to hit U.S. Midwest, southern Plains

CBC.ca Saturday, 14 January 2017
Much of the U.S. Midwest and southern Plains is bracing for another ice storm this weekend. Several states have activated emergency procedures as they brace for up to 2.5 centimetres of ice accumulation in some locations.
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News video: Ice Covers Roads Across Midwest and Southern Plains

Ice Covers Roads Across Midwest and Southern Plains 00:41

A glaze of ice has covered roads stretching from Oklahoma to southern Illinois. The road conditions, caused by wet winter storms, led to numerous wrecks throughout the Midwest and southern Plains. In Missouri, a slick roadway is suspected cause for a fatal wreck. The state's Highway Patrol stated a...

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