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Winter Storm That Dumped Snow in the Midwest Is Headed for the Northeast

NYTimes.com Saturday, 18 January 2020
Temperatures in the Twin Cities area are expected to fall below zero Saturday night, while parts of New Jersey can expect to see several inches of snow, meteorologists said.
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News video: Winter storm continues for B.C. with accumulating snow through Thursday, details here

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