White Christmas in West After Deadly Storms Hamper Travel

It will be a white Christmas Thursday for some residents in the Western parts of the U.S. with anywhere from 2 to 6 inches of snow expected in northern California, Utah, Idaho, Wyoming and Montana, as the Northeast sees more torrential rain, NBC News reported. Christmas Eve was windy, wet and warm across the country, creating headaches for travelers in the Great Lakes, the Northeast and a storm-battered swath of the South, where at least four people were killed. More than 300 flights were canceled in the U.S. on Christmas Eve, according to flight tracking service FlightAware. In Michigan, utility companies braced for extremely strong winds a year after a storm put thousands of people in the dark on Christmas Eve.

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