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SEATTLE (AP) — Winter weather pounded a swath of the U.S. West on Monday, closing schools, snarling traffic and turning coastal cities like Seattle that rarely get much snow unusually white, while the Midwest warmed up from a dangerous blast of cold last week.
It comes as parts of California and Montana brace for the threat of mudslides and avalanches and the middle of the country grapples with the fallout from the polar vortex, which is linked to at least 30 deaths in several states.
The article goes on to state the following:
The Pacific Northwest’s first major winter snowstorm hit western Washington hardest, closing numerous schools in Seattle and nearby cities, canceling flights and ferry service, and leading to car crashes but no major injuries.
Seattle gets rare coating of snow as winter weather shuts down schools and roads in several Western states. The Midwest is warming up after the dangerous polar vortex. https://t.co/zDgx6fDJn2
— AP West Region (@APWestRegion) February 4, 2019
— Chris Bruin (@TWCChrisBruin) February 4, 2019
— Ryan Yamamoto (@YamsTV) February 3, 2019
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