Sunday’s Big Game to be Cancelled Because of the Snow?
If the snow is expected to continue heading towards Dallas, there may not be a Super Bowl on Sunday; at least, not in Dallas.
CNN reports the latest information about the snowstorm hitting more than 30 states today.
Wind-whipped snow twisted like a frozen dust devil across a vast swath of the nation on Tuesday, blinding motorists, closing airports and even complicating the travel plans of football fans headed to this weekend’s Super Bowl.
The massive storm was forecast to spawn snow, ice and bitter cold from New Mexico to Maine. Forecasters said tens of millions of people will feel its effects.
More than 30 states were under some form of alert due to the storm, with blizzard warnings up Tuesday in eight states — from Oklahoma to Michigan. Winter storm warnings extended all the way to New York and Boston as heavy snow was forecast across a 1,500-mile slice of the country.
“Do not travel! Stay inside!” the National Weather Service warned. “Strong winds and blinding snow will make travel nearly impossible. This is a life-threatening storm.”
What do you think about the snow? Do you want your city getting hit with a snowstorm? Or are you perfectly OK with the rainstorm we’re currently dealing with?