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Stay current with all the latest and breaking news from winter storm, compare headlines and perspectives between news sources on stories happening today. In total, 269 stories have been published about winter storm which Ground News has aggregated in the past 3 months.

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US & Canada

Late winter storm blasts South, Northeast with snow and wind

66% Center coverage: 29 sources
NEW: A crash involving 73 vehicles on a central Pennsylvania highway had resulted in multiple injuries, but no life-threatening injuries were immediately reported. NEW: Gale warnings were in effect in coastal New Jersey and Delaware areas, with gusts of 40 to 50 mph (65 kph to 95 kph) possible. Parts of the Tennessee Valley and central Appalachia had already seen as much as 8 to 12 inches (20 to 30 centimteres) of snow.See the Story
Traffic Accident · Pennsylvania

VIDEO: Over 70 Vehicles Involved in Pennsylvania Wreck, Ten Injured

54% Center coverage: 15 sources
The crash was reported shortly after 2 p.m. on Route 581 East in Cumberland County. About six dozen vehicles were involved in the crash, state police say. Two crashes also closed both sides of Route 283 in Lancaster County, traffic maps showed. The crashes were reported near Gettysburg/Camp Hill (Route 11/15)See the Story
US & Canada

Potential bomb cyclone heads east, putting 50 million Americans under weather alerts

60% Center coverage: 10 sources
More than 50 million people are under winter weather warnings. The storm is expected to strengthen into a bomb cyclone by Saturday. It could bring heavy snow and damaging winds to Syracuse, New York, and Pittsburgh among other areas. Temperatures on Friday in areas stretching from Minnesota down through Texas are forecast to plummet 20 to 30 degrees below normal.See the Story
US & Canada

Wednesday's Kraken-Jets game postponed because of weather

60% Center coverage: 5 sources
The NHL says the game, originally scheduled for Wednesday, will instead be played at 1 p.m. Central time on May 1. Environment Canada is warning people in Winnipeg to prepare for hazardous winter conditions. The Kraken have been eliminated from postseason contention in their inaugural season.See the Story
Winter Storm · Albuquerque

Albuquerque council votes to rein in mayor's crisis powers

100% Center coverage: 3 sources
U.S. Marshals took Derek Foote into custody on Tuesday. Foote was wanted for failing to turn himself in to Metropolitan Detention Center for a rape and kidnapping case. People may remember Foote from his 2016 arrest when he randomly started shooting at his neighbors homes.See the Story
US & Canada · Manitoba

Major spring blizzard that could be worst seen in decades set to hit southeastern Sask. and Manitoba: Environment Canada

67% Left coverage: 3 sources
Winter storm watches are in effect for southeastern Saskatchewan including Weyburn, Estevan and Carlyle. Regina is not under any alerts at this time (Monday) but could see close to 20 centimetres by Thursday morning. The worst of the storm is expected to be in Manitoba, North Dakota and Minnesota. Travel will become increasingly difficult as the day progresses Wednesday, with widespread highway closures a near-certainty.See the Story
Winter Storm · Parks

Parks around Hope and Lytton still closed after year filled with fire, heat and landslides

Most provincial parks open in time for May long weekend, despite winter storm damage. Some parks have partial closures due to damaged backcountry trails or other circumstances. BC Parks has seen significant uptake in online reservations, with more than 100,000 reservations booked on the agency's new web system since it launched in late March.See the Story
Winter Storm · Kitchener

Death toll after Ontario storm rises as crews work to restore power to 200K customers

Coverage: 2 sources
Eight people died during the storm on Saturday and the Canadian Press is reporting that a ninth person died in the aftermath on Sunday. The majority were struck by falling trees; although at least one person was on a boat that capsized in the Ottawa River. At the height of the storm, winds in Kitchener were gusting at about 132 kilometers an hour while at Toronto Pearson Airport, winds were blistering at 120 kilometers a hour.See the Story
Winter Storm · Colorado Springs

Colorado Snowstorm Aftermath: What To Do With All Those Broken Branches!?

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Many across the Denver metro area are cleaning up fallen branches. If you live in Denver getting rid of fallen branches is easy. Jefferson County will soon be opening SLASH Collection Centers. The first one will be at Beaver Ranch Park on June 2nd-5th. The City of Arvada is trying to open locations to drop of branches as well.See the Story

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