Emergency Declaration Ahead Of Snowstorm

The storm has already wreaked havoc in Arizona, leaving at least three people dead and six injured in a series of fiery crashes caused by thick, blowing dust.

The system is also blamed for a death in Nebraska, where a woman was killed after her SUV hit black ice.

A winter storm watch is in effect for most of southeast Colorado, the panhandle of Oklahoma and north Texas through Thursday. Snow is already falling in Salt Lake City.

Blizzard warnings are likely on Christmas Eve in Kansas and other Plains states.

The storm is expected to crawl across the Plains states through Christmas Day, leaving behind plenty of snow.

The potential upside to the massive snow maker, the National Weather Service says the system will give millions of people a white Christmas. The service says virtually the entire central and southern Rockies will get snow, before the storm moves east.

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  • by Bill Location: Williamston on Dec 23, 2009 at 04:47 AM
    So much for Global Warming.We have been getting record breaking cold weather these past few years.The real Global warming will be when the Book of Revelations Prophecy comes to pass which says one third of the world will be burnt up from the sun along with famine and pestalence and earthquakes throughout the World.So when the real Global warming comes nobody will be able to stop it.

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