Hundreds of flights have been canceled in Minnesota as heavy snow, string breezes, sprinkle and hail from Gulf coast to Great Lakes attain arteries treacherous
Two people were killed, hundreds of flights have been canceled and roadways have become treacherous in several midwestern states as a deadly squall method straining from Gulf coast to Great Lakes flattens across the center US, delivering heavy blizzard, strong jazzs, sprinkle and greeting.
All flights were grounded on Saturday at Minneapolis-St Paul international airfield as a outpouring snowstorm made it difficult to keep runways clear and airplanes deiced. Roughly 470 flights were canceled before one runway reopened soon after 10 pm, according to a spokesman.
Blizzard surroundings too thrust international airports in South Dakota’s biggest city, Sioux Falls, to abide closed for a second straight period.
The Minnesota Twins home game against the Chicago White Sox was snowed out on Saturday, distinguishing the first back-to-back adjournments of baseball games in the stadium’s nine seasons. Sunday’s game was also called off because of the blizzard, which by Saturday night had submerge Minneapolis under more than 13 in( 33 cm) of snow.