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Sieling, Oklahoma - 19 February 2019
1. Various view from car driving on snowy highway
2. Truck stuck on side of road, seen from car
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Kansas City, Missouri - 19 February 2019
3. Various views from car driving on snowy road at night
4. Airport arrival/departure area, seen from inside car
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Rich Hollingsworth, Driving in snow:
"Yes, it's definitely sticking. It's coming down heavy. Going back won't be as easy as getting here was."
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Jefferson County, Missouri - 19 February 2019
6. Snow falling, car in gas station
7. Various cars driving in snow as snow falls
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Laura Brosch, Local Resident:
"Well we came from the Blues game. (St. Louis Blues NHL Hockey team) And it was pretty bad coming down on 55. There was an accident, there was a car that was in the ravine, that they were trying to get out. But the roads were pretty slick. Just trying to go slow. And take your time wherever you go today."
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New York - 19 February 2019
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9. Truck dumping salt into bin
10. SOUNDBITE (English) Joseph Esposito, Commissioner, New York City Office of Emergency Management:
"When you wake up tomorrow it's going to be dry, you could have a false sense of security. It can look like a nice day but around noon it's going to get some snow and tomorrow's rush hour will be the worst."
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11. Cars backed up entering Lincoln Tunnel, connecting New York City and New Jersey
12. SOUNDBITE (English) Man, no name available:
"I'm going to take the mass transit tomorrow."
(Reporter: "Driving is not an option tomorrow?")
Driver: "I don't think so. I don't think it's smart."
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13. SOUNDBITE (English) Man, no name available:
"Hopefully the four wheel drive will help me get through it."
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14. People in train station
15. SOUNDBITE (English) Man, no name available:
"I'm the kind of person that errs on the side of caution, so I will take the train."
Large areas of the U.S. are dealing with winter storms. The National Weather Service says precipitation has generally ended in Oklahoma, but many roads in the northern and western parts of the state will remain covered with snow on Wednesday.
Areas around St. Louis and Kansas City, Missouri remain under a winter weather advisory into Wednesday morning. The National Weather Service says freezing rain and ice remain a problem for people traveling in both areas.
A winter storm system is expected to bring snow and ice up the east coast. The National Weather Service forecasts between three and six inches (7.6-15.2 cm) of snow for Washington, DC, Baltimore and Philiadelphia. It predicts 2-4 inches (5-10 cm) of snow in New York City. Winter Weather advisories have been issued for all four cities.
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