California may get slammed by brutal storm front sweeping US


This fierce winter storm blanketing much of the country is trapped some drivers on snow covered roads and stranded air travelers at airports. It's a brutal winter storm causing power outages to hundreds of thousands in Michigan, closing roads in Wyoming, and dumping heavier snow than expected in Portland, Oregon, where this driver tells K PTV he had to go pick up a relative. She's on the 26th, stuck cars were going nowhere. She's going to have to pull over, leave her car. A blizzard warning has been issued for the Southern California mountains, something that hasn't happened since 1989. The national weather service has damaging winds, heavy mountain snow, and dangerous waves are all untapped. In Wisconsin, this driver tells W KO WTB. It was horrendous. He had to get home from Green Bay to lacrosse. You couldn't see the lines on the road. People are affected from Arizona to Michigan, and now that storm is heading toward the east coast. I'm Jackie Quinn

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