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Breaking Winter Storm News: Southeast USA
Photo: Residents walk in the snow in Spartanburg, S.C., early Thursday, Feb. 1, 2007, as a winter storm moves through the area.

Feb 01,2007
The Southeast is getting a blast of winter.
Many schools in Georgia are closed on Thursday, including the University of Georgia, because of ice and snow. Several inches of snow’s on the ground in places already and hundreds of customers have lost power.
At Atlanta's airport, Delta Air Lines has canceled some 200 flights through Thursday morning in anticipation of bad weather. Continue Story
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