New Storm Slamming Midwest, East Coast

(Undated) -- Regions that can't catch a break this winter are catching more snow. A fast-moving storm is forecast to dump up to half a foot of snow from the Midwest to the East Coast. Meanwhile, more than 20 Connecticut Light and Power line crews are in Cape Cod, helping to restore power to residents affected by this weekend's storm. Dan Buchanan with CL-and-P says they will stay as long as they are needed.
Forecasters say snow will keep falling through Tuesday. The heaviest snowfall is expected today in Wisconsin, Michigan, and northern Illinois, including Chicago. Meteorologists say this won't be a "historic event" but it'll be big enough to cause more flight delays and cancellations in a season that's seen more than 75-thousand flights canceled since the beginning of December.
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Over in Maryland, Howard County spokesman Marc Fisher says they're waiting to see whether three men died as a result of shoveling snow last week.
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