New Mexico braces for incoming winter storm

How Winter Storm Eboni Could Make Return Holiday Travel Messy for Millions of Americans

Winter storm creates difficult travel conditions

There will be another chance for light snow over much of the state next Monday for New Year's Eve. "So this is my time", he said.

Numerous roads were closed Thursday in the Dakotas, Minnesota, Kansas, and Iowa. "I'm not trying to spend it in the airport".

A vehicle left the roadway and overturned on U.S. Highway 169 near the Gardiner School about 6:30 a.m. Friday.

The weather service is forecasting wind chill readings of 15 to 25 below zero for Friday night and early Saturday morning. Expect slippery roads and limited visibilities, and use caution while driving.

From the north central plains to the southwest, eight to 12 inches of snow has fallen in some areas or is forecast to fall in the coming days - ruining New Year travel plans for thousands of Americans.

The plane landed safely and the injured passenger and crew member were treated and released from a local hospital in Austin, the airline said.

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The system causing the stormy and wintery conditions was named winter storm Eboni by the Weather Channel and was making its way east.

The weather service predicted the misery would continue through the weekend.

Whiteout conditions in parts of the Midwest have caused at least one death and several road closures, while the Southeast braces for torrential rain and flooding. "Travel is going to be very hard across the areas under weather and blizzard warnings".

The nasty weather was still no match for a colossal blizzard that smothered the eastern United States in January 2016. Over 50 million people remain under flood and flash flood watches from New Jersey down to Louisiana.

"Severe storms including damaging winds and an isolated tornado are possible along the Gulf Coast from Louisiana to Alabama today", Garrett said Thursday.

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