Cold, Snow in Af­ter­math of Bliz­zard of 2015 to Make Cleanup More Dif­fi­cult

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Ac­cuWeather­re­ports lin­ger­ing mid­win­ter cold and ad­di­tional rounds of snow will add to dif­fi­cul­ties for cleanup and those with­out power after the Bliz­zard of 2015.

Large drifts and stranded ve­hi­cles will re­main in the path of many roads fol­low­ing the storm Tues­day night into Wed­nes­day.

Mo­torists are ad­vised to heed all travel bans un­til the all-clear has been given.

Gusty winds and low Ac­cuWeather RealFeel® Tem­per­a­tures will make for blow­ing and drift­ing snow and dan­ger­ous con­di­tions to be out­doors un­less prop­erly dressed into Wed­nes­day morn­ing. Cold to Per­sist

Ac­cord­ing to Ac­cuWeather Se­nior Me­te­o­rol­o­gist Brett An­der­son, “In the wake of the bliz­zard, tem­per­a­tures will av­er­age be­low nor­mal most days for the re­main­der of Jan­uary.”

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