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It's a deadly storm and it is just a few days from Christmas.
-- -- very closely as millions of Americans right now are under blizzard warnings some massive storm system is stretches 900 miles.
From Colorado to Milwaukee.
The nation's busiest airports may get hit very hard.
And of course second strand a lot of travelers who are out there trying to get from here -- there with their packages folks now preparing and hoping.
For the best.
We've got all our crews in place getting our equipment making sure everything's working checking all of our checks and balances.
-- -- limits on site ready to go our staff is -- ago we can't have any breakdowns throughout the night as we go.
-- plans and doing it joins us now live in Denver so we hear that this system Alicea has actually taken a life.
It has -- at least three people have died due to heavy snow on the roadway and slick conditions.
A blizzard warning and 45 mile an hour winds are expected in Wisconsin it.
And it is in this south eastern part of the state sheriff's officials say the roads were so icy.
That a driver lost control killing both himself and another and in Utah a woman whose car -- -- stuck in the snow.
She tried to walk for help and rescue crews found her buried in the snow a few miles from her car.
Strong winds blowing in heavy snow also creating dangerous conditions through out the midwest.
In Kansas City, Missouri traffic accidents are predicted.
To only be the beginning of the problems for the storm that is expected to wreak Havoc.
This city says it is ready as long as folks state off the road making get those snowplows.
Out there and of course Martha tomorrow marks the first day of winter are that way so what is all this expected to do in terms of people.
Trying to go somewhere for the holidays.
-- as you can imagine it's already starting to create a lot of headaches for travelers.
Who are heading out onto the roads -- into the air for an already busy season and folks in Iowa and Nebraska are.
-- -- hitting the roads are being told to either not drive at all.
Or to go very slowly and in Iowa a lot of the airlines now have canceled many of the early morning flights out of there.
I'm sorry excuse me Omaha Nebraska airlines also canceled evening flights coming into Denver is well the National Weather Service is calling for six to eleven inches of snow.
In some parts of Nebraska as well this is a system that started in the Rocky Mountains here.
We were hit yesterday here in the Denver area very hard it is moved on from here but left a lot in its wake.
There's a silver lining to all of this of course and that is a lot of children throughout the midwest we'll have a white Christmas and look forward to.
Martha and that is -- part.
I would wish everybody well out there as they try to get around and as it moves east at least Jack thank you we -- watching the ceremony.
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