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Blizzard Causes Power Outages Across Plains And Midwest

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Blizzard Causes Power Outages Across Plains And Midwest

Blizzard Causes Power Outages Across Plains And Midwest

Reuters reports a blizzard covered the U.S. Plains and Midwest on Thursday with heavy snow and strong winds, causing power outages and closing highways.

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