No thank you. Spring is around the corner here. The trees are blooming and we have cut the lawn twice already.Montana and North Dakota are hit by 'one-in-a-century' blizzard that has already dumped 47 inches of snow and closed I-94: Fears 20-foot tall snowdrifts will bury homes
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A historic blizzard has pummeled much of the central U.S. Meteorologists predict snow to continue piling up in Montana and North Dakota until Thursday, as well as in some of the neighboring states. After significant snowfall, many communities will be hit with a deep freeze reaching single digit and sub-zero temperatures. The midwest and southern states will face tornadoes, severe thunderstorms, high winds, heavy rain and hail. Some communities expecting tornadoes were already struck by damaging storms on Tuesday. 23 people were injured after a twister rolled through Texas.