Snow storms wreak havoc in US

Forecasters warn snowfall could reach highest level seen in a decade.

    Fierce snow storms have wrought havoc across the western United States, hitting transport networks and leaving thousands of travellers stranded.

    Forecasters say that more than 50 centimetres of snow could fall in some parts of the country, and that it could prove to be the most severe snow storm for a decade.

    Tarek Bazley reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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