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"A mess as a huge storm drops. Snow sleet and ice. The massive winter storm bearing down on much of the country with your weather watches and warnings are ineffective. Coast to coast travel. Nightmares? All across the road accidents. It's cold weather. Notorious rug Lord, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman has been found guilty victory for the American people who suffered so long. On mind. Made billions study I'm not happy about it. President Trump refusing to say whether he will sign the bipartisan deal to avoid a government shutdown. He's gotta sign the Bill tonight for the first time we hear from the gold star families about one man's remarkable legacy. Let me Tracy made was for other people whether it'd be his family or his country. The South Pacific ocean. This research vessel may have found a war grave. That's been lost for seventy seven years. Oh, wow. Good evening. I'm Jeff Lord. And we're going to begin tonight with coast to coast storms more on the west in just a moment. But right now, the largest section of severe weather is these sixteen hundred miles from Minneapolis to me, plenty of accidents and power has been knocked out cities, including Chicago, New York and Boston deal with a mix of snow, ice and rain followed by an overnight freeze some areas could get a foot and a half of snow. The wall of wintry. Mix was a wallop highways from the midwest to the northeast were littered with cars that could pulled up to the icy roads from the Great Lakes to Times Square the front of ice and snow made for a frozen blanket. In New York, a semi truck overturned on slippery roads renowned north of Albany New yorker, interstate eighty seven this part has not been ploughed. So traffic's moving at about fifty miles per hour. But otherwise today we've seen it all sleet, snow and ice ice covered street signs in Chicago. While forcing some pedestrian still watch out for ice falling from the skyscrapers for many people."