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Another blizzard bore down on the nation's midsection early Tuesday after lashing the Texas Panhandle with hurricane-force winds, closing highways and cutting power to thousands in Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas.
A major winter storm threatened to bring blizzard conditions to parts of the central Plains Monday, less than a week after record amounts of snow blanketed the region.
The storm that blanketed the Midwest earlier this week, dumping more than a foot of snow in Kansas and forcing hundreds of flights to be canceled, is now headed for New England. For Boston, it's the third straight weekend of major snow.
Winter storm 'Q' will bring rain and snow to the Northeast this weekend
A major snow storm that shuttered airports in Missouri, stranded truckers in Illinois and buried parts of Kansas in knee-deep powder was promising a possibly dangerous commute Friday morning as it crawled northeast.
Parts of Nebraska, Oklahoma and Kansas are already hit with up to 13 inches of snow, with Jim Cantore, The Weather Channel.
Much of the America's heartland awoke Thursday to heavy snow, as a large, potentially dangerous winter storm pushed eastward out of the Rockies.
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CNBC's Berthat Coombs has the update on cleanup efforts in the aftermath of the Northeast's powerful winter storm. And, Mike Durand, NSTAR, weighs in on what a Massachusetts utility company's is doing to restore power.
The "Squawk on the Street" news team reports on the market's major headline news; including Dell defending its takeover deal. And discussing the recent rally in the S&P; with Michael Jones, Riverfront Investment Group. Also, a look at Nemo's cleanup efforts, with the Weather Channel's Mike Seidel.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs reports on the aftermath of a monster winter storm that hit the Northeast this weekend, and discusses its impact on consumers and businesses.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs reports on cleanup efforts after winter storm Nemo dumped record and near record amounts of snow in New England and the New York metro area.
Laura Champine, MD, retail & consumer products equity research at Cannacord Genuity, tells CNBC that storm Nemo shouldn't hurt retail as February is usually a slow month for sales.
The U.S. Northeast started digging out on Sunday after a blizzard dumped up to 40 inches (1 meter) of snow with hurricane force winds, killing at least nine people and leaving hundreds of thousands without power.
A record-breaking blizzard packing hurricane-force winds hammered the northeastern United States on Saturday, cutting power to 700,000 homes and businesses, shutting down travel and leaving at least four people dead.
Utility companies in the Northeast are preparing for storm Nemo, with Ralph Larossa, president of PSE&G.
It's time for a stormy rerun -- not only of wind and heavy precipitation, but also of long lines at gas stations.
New York City is expected to get 10-15 inches of snow during winter storm Nemo.
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