School Closings Buffalo Ny

December 10, 2009 by  

School Closings Buffalo Ny:It’s been a mess. A fierce winter storm slogged eastward across the U.S. today, bringing a foot of snow to the Midwest, pelting rain to the eastern seaboard, 50 mph winds, slippery road conditions and hundreds of school closings.
The National Centers for Environmental Prediction called it a “significant winter storm” — never mind that the winter solstice is still 12 days away. Over the last three days, it said, there have been 17 inches of snow in Madison, Wisc., and 15 inches in Winterset, Iowa.

In Omaha, Neb., a 28-year-old woman was reportedly killed Tuesday night when a pickup truck, plowing out of the parking lot of an apartment complex, accidentally backed over her.

The storm is caused by the same low-pressure system that already blew across the West, leaving three to four feet of snow in mountainous parts of California and Arizona and causing winds of 80 to 100 mph in parts of Texas.

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