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Winter Storm Expected to Bring Snow and Ice to Northeast

NYTimes.com Sunday, 29 December 2019
Winter Storm Expected to Bring Snow and Ice to NortheastThe storm threatened to complicate holiday travel as it moved east from the Midwest, but forecasters said most major airports would be spared from the worst.
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