By Mark Leberfinger – AccuWeather
A blizzard is on pace to bring significant travel problems to the central United States.
The heaviest snow will fall from eastern Colorado into Nebraska on Wednesday, including in Denver. The snow will then shift eastward into portions of the Upper Midwest into Thursday, including cities of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Minneapolis, and Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Strong winds will accompany this storm and could lead to whiteout conditions at times from Colorado to Wisconsin. Over a foot of snow could fall in some locations.
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