More than 100 million Americans were under some form of winter weather warning on Thursday, a day after a storm disrupted life across a wide swath of the country, closing courtrooms in New Mexico, blocking highways in Missouri and causing vehicle crashes in Indiana.

The storm was creating dangerous road conditions in several states, and more than 4,000 flights were canceled on Thursday, according to FlightAware, a tracking website.

Thursday could be “a very active weather day,” with widespread heavy snow and freezing rain from New England to Texas, the National Weather Service said. Portions of the South could see flash flooding.


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