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As a storm that dumped up to a foot of snow on Colorado persists, motorists wait at a road block along Interstate 70 Tuesday, Feb. 2, in Aurora, Colo. The storm left large amounts of snow in its wake and forced school and business closures along its path. (Photo: David Zalubowski/AP Photo)

Blizzard conditions have slowly subsided across parts of Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota and Minnesota overnight as the snow ended and the roaring winds began to calm, CNN reported.

The same storm system also slammed the South with severe weather at the end of an usually warm winter day.

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