A winter storm that snarled traffic, knocked out power and disrupted flights in parts of Arizona, Wyoming, Colorado and Nebraska through the weekend is forecast to spread into the Midwest on Monday.

The storm rolled into parts of the Rocky Mountains late Saturday into Sunday, dropping several feet of snow and heavy rain. Gusty winds caused whiteout conditions, and residents were warned to stay off roads.

Some drivers on Arizona’s Interstate 40 on Saturday night didn’t make it home in time to heed the warning, forcing some to spend Saturday night on the road after icy conditions caused several crashes and shut the highway down.


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