A major winter storm whipped the Upper Midwest early Monday, just days after historic snowfall left much of the Northeast buried and without power.
The blizzard dumped up to 8 to 15 inches of snow across parts of seven states, but saving most of its fury for the Dakotas and Minnesota, the National Weather Service said.
Snow showers were expected to linger across the area Monday.
More than a thousand miles to the east, residents of the Northeast spent the weekend digging out from a historic storm that dumped several feet of snow in the region.
The gays get all the breaks.
Why are there no pictures (but 1 ) of Connecticut? We received the most snow of any of the states, in excess of 40 inches, now that's interesting–not watching people walk in Prospect Park, where they got 8 inches...
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