Just in case the weekend's East Coast blizzard hadn't screwed up holiday travel enough: Another big storm is threatening to bring up to two feet of snow to the Midwest by Christmas day. Sleet and ice are already covering large parts of Midwestern states, and slippery roads are thought to be the cause of three deadly accidents thus far, leading South Dakota’s governor to declare a state of emergency on Tuesday in response to the “life-threatening” conditions. “This is a huge system,” said a meteorologist from the National Weather Service. “It’s just going to kind of sit there through the weekend.” The storm is especially bad news for holiday travelers, and over 100 flights have already been canceled at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport, with minor delays reported by the FAA at virtually all airports.
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