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After a snowy Tuesday in the Plains, a winter storm will dump snow in a 1,200-mile stretch from Missouri to Maine from Wednesday into Thursday, causing travel disruptions and school closings.
In Kansas on Tuesday, one person died and a section of Interstate 70 was closed for several hours after heavy snowfall caused multiple accidents, officials said. Snow was also reported in portions of South Dakota, Nebraska and eastern Colorado.
As the system moves east, winter weather advisories and winter storm watches have been issued by the National Weather Service from the central Plains to northern New England. More than 25 million people live where there is some level of winter weather alert.
Winter weather headlines in effect tonight into Wednesday for parts of northern IL and NW IN. #ILWX #INWX pic.twitter.com/nnielwCLwO
However, Chicago may not see as much snow as had been forecast, with amounts of 2 to 5 inches now likely, primarily overnight Tuesday and into Wednesday, the National Weather Service said. Chicago is still in the running for enough snow to make roads slippery, AccuWeather warned.
— NWS Chicago (@NWSChicago) February 25, 2020
A large storm will spread rain across the Interstate 95 corridor in the Northeast through Wednesday, but like so many others this winter, the storm will send snow elsewhere: https://t.co/bI7EId4iIX pic.twitter.com/dh43vucSyF
— AccuWeather (@breakingweather) February 25, 2020
— AccuWeather (@accuweather) February 25, 2020
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