One more really hot day is expected this week with high temperatures in the upper 90s with heat indices between 105-108. A cold front will push through late this afternoon into tonight bringing scattered storms. While widespread severe weather is not expected at this time some storms may become severe.
CHICAGO (AP) -- A major winter storm is cutting a broad swath across the Midwest and Northeast, snarling traffic and cutting power to thousands of households.
Power companies are reporting more than 50,000 customers in Illinois without service. In Indiana, nearly 100,0000 outages are reported.
Roads are a mess and many schools are closed across northern Ohio because of snow, sleet and freezing rain.
In the Northeast, snowfall totals of up to 14 inches are forecast. Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick is asking nonessential state employees to stay home.
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