Near-blizzard conditions stung the Michigan shores of Lake Superior with eight inches of snow and subzero temperatures. Thick fog enveloped parts of Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas and Utah, where the mist was the worst in 54 years. Snow showers and gusty west winds lingered over parts of the upper Great Lakes. Winds hit 40 m.p.h. at Buffalo and Syracuse, N.Y. Snow showers were scattered across parts of the northern and central Appalachians and over the upper Mississippi Valley. Rain showers were scattered over parts of the northern and Mid-Atlantic Coast, the southern Appalachians, the Tennessee Valley and the lower Mississippi Valley.
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