SLOWINGTHERACINGMIND We are Like the Weather
Bloggers note: I started this post several weeks ago and am back to it because this week has been much like that dayand I had the same thoughts but had not completed the post then. I hope you enjoy th... Posted on 3/20/13 at 7:03 AM
STAFF BLOG DIRTY LAUNDRY Trapped in Worthington
My husband and I both work in Worthington, and our home is about 25 miles away in Avoca. Which means we ended up trapped in Worthington Monday when the roads closed because of the winter storm yuckine... Posted on 1/26/10 at 9:52 PM
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A day after a winter storm dumped several inches of snow on a handful of southern states, crews worked Monday to restore power to tens of thousands of customers as police responded to dozens of accidents on slippery roads.
The North Dakota Department of Transportation has extended the no-travel advisory to include Minot, Crosby, Bowbells, Mohall, Kenmare, Towner, Harvey and surrounding areas due to heavy snow causing reduced visibility, with slush and snow accumulating on roadways making travel hazardous.
A no-travel advisory remains in effect for Glen Ullin, Center, Underwood, Williston, Tioga, Stanley, Watford City, New Town, Garrison, Parshall, Killdeer, Beulah, Dickinson, Mott, Richardton and surrounding areas. In addition. Motorists should not travel unless absolutely necessary in these areas.
The North Dakota Department of Transportation has issued a no-travel advisory for extreme southern North Dakota for U.S. and state highways along the South Dakota border due to blowing snow creating reduced visibility and heavy snow drifts making travel dangerous.
COLUMBIA, Mo. — A monster winter storm took aim at a third of the nation Monday, threatening to lay a potentially deadly path of heavy snow and ice from the Rockies to New England, followed by a wave of bitter, bone-rattling cold that could affect tens of millions of people.
By Alan Scher Zagier, The Associated Press
, January 31, 2011
NEW YORK — New York City had more plows mobilized on city streets than snow to clear Friday as residents and officials faced little more than a dusting less than two weeks after a post-Christmas blizzard paralyzed the city and its airports for days.
By Sara Kugler Frazier, The Associated Press
, January 07, 2011
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