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Dateline: Huron, Marshall, Mankato, La Crosse - 10 April 2019
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Huron, South Dakota - 10 April 2019
1. Various of snowy streets
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Sheriff Doug Solem, Beadle County: ++SOUNDBITE PARTIALLY COVERED WITH IMAGES AT SOURCE++
"The bad thing about being out and about this time of year is a lot of the ditches are full of water, a lot of lakes are right up to the side of the road. The river's right up to the side of the road, so travel's not really safe at all."
3. Various of snowy streets, clean up efforts
4. White SUV driving on snowy street
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Marshall, Minnesota - 10 April 2019
4. Wide pan of heavy snow in parking lot as wind blows, more snow falls
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Mankato, Minnesota - 10 April 2019
5. Various of snowy streets, heavy snow falling
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La Crosse, Wisconsin - 10 April 2019
6. Various of snow falling, people walking, bikes covered in snow on University of Wisconsin-La Crosse campus
Blizzard warnings were posted from Colorado to Minnesota on Wednesday and wildfires were a concern in New Mexico, Texas and Oklahoma as the second so-called "bomb cyclone" storm in less than a month hit the central U.S., raising the prospect of renewed flooding in the already drenched Midwest.
Heavy snow began disrupting ground and air travel Wednesday afternoon. Roads became impassable and visibility was down to a few feet in northeastern South Dakota due to snowfall of up to 11 inches. About half of the daily flights at Denver International Airport were canceled.
Up to 2 ½ feet (0.61 meters) of snow was expected to fall in parts of eastern South Dakota and southwestern Minnesota, the National Weather Service said. Winds in excess of 50 mph (80.46 kph) also were expected, creating life-threatening conditions.
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