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Winter Storm Blasts Plains and Midwest

The storm was expected to dump up to 18 inches of snow across much of the Midwest, with white-out conditions forecast for many areas.

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Todd Thompson delivers mail in the snow in Waterloo, Iowa on Feb. 2. The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning until early Wednesday for a stretch of Iowa starting in the southwest corner, through central Iowa and into much of the northeast region of the state.
MATTHEW PUTNEY / AP
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Snow whirls around a house in Marquette, Nebraska, early on Feb. 2. Cale Carlson took this photo around 7 a.m. on his way to work at the family farm.
Cale Carlson
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Traffic moves along U.S. during a snowstorm in Dubuque, Iowa on Feb. 2.
Jessica Reilly / AP
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A deicing team prepares a commercial jet for safe flight during severe weather at Denver International Airport, in Colorado, on Feb. 2. The powerful winter storm has shut down highways in eastern Colorado, closed many schools and slowed down traffic at Denver International Airport.
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People try to push a car that got stuck along Colfax Avenue in Lakewood, Denver on Feb. 2.
RJ Sangosti / Denver Post via Getty Images
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Tom Ryan guides his bicycle along a street as a heavy snowfall moves through the area of in Madison, Wisconsin on Feb. 2.
John Hart / AP
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A person walks their dog near the Dubuque Golf and Country Club in Dubuque, Iowa during the snowstorm on Feb. 2.
Dave Kettering / AP
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Nicole Brennan shovels the sidewalk outside her home as the massive snowstorm hits Winona, Minnesota on Feb. 2. The storm is expected to bring blizzard-like conditions to far southern Minnesota through Tuesday night. The wind gusts of up to 40 mph could cause whiteout conditions.
Chuck Miller / AP
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