Residents wait to return, divers look for missing man

A storm that brought drenching rains and howling
winds to the Pacific Northwest continues to march eastward.
The severe weather has been dumping snow across the Midwest.
It's blamed for two traffic deaths in Wisconsin.
The snow temporarily closed Milwaukee's airport and created
delays and cancellations at several other Midwestern airports,
including Chicago's O'Hare.
A small airplane headed to Buffalo, New York, crashed amid
falling snow near the airport in Columbus, Ohio, killing two on
board.
Authorities say the snow also caused a bus crash in Indiana that
injured 17 people.
Meanwhile, in the Northwest, anxious residents are waiting for
waters to recede so they can see what's left. The storm killed at
least seven people in the region, leaving behind flooded homes,
fallen trees and washed-out roads.


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