South Scorches As 2,000 Mile-Wide Storm Creates 100F Temp Difference

  • Midwest and northern parts of the U.S. have continued to deal with rain, snow, and high speed winds brought by the coast-to-coast storm – while southern states are seeing record-high February temperatures.
  • In Minnesota, several feet of snow grounded flights out of the Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport while nearby states saw highways at a standstill over the precipitation.
  • States in the northern Plains have recorded temperatures of -9F while McAllen, Texas on Wednesday hit 95F, marking more than a 100F difference between the coldest and hottest states.
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