Storm Slams 35 States


winter-stormNasty winter weather wreaked havoc in 35 states Sunday, snarling holiday travel. Heavy snow fell in the Midwest, paralyzing a stretch from Oklahoma to Wisconsin.

In the Northeast, unseasonably warm temperatures meant flash-flood warnings, and New York’s Central Park hit a record 65 degrees.

Meanwhile, New England and Canada were hit by a nasty ice storm, which left thousands without power, including Toronto Mayor Rob Ford. About 1,105 flights were canceled and 11,518 flights were delayed through Sunday night, according to FlightAware.comRead more at NBC News.

{Andy Newscenter}


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