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>> Across the Midwest Monday, millions are still digging out. Almost a foot of snow fell in several states in recent days wreaking havoc on travel plans. Thousands of flights were delayed. More than 1200 were cancelled at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport alone. In Detroit, a Delta jet packed with 70 passengers skidded off the icy runway while landing.
No one was hurt. The snow, sleet and rain is forecasted to move into New England and parts of the Middle Atlantic states Monday. In the next couple of days, an Arctic blast from Canada will whip over the northern Great Plains and Midwest and then head east. High temperatures could be in the single digits from the Dakotas through Minnesota and Wisconsin.