Crippling Weather and Snow Storm In Southeastern United States - PHOTOS

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Sameera Ehteram
A deadly winter storm gripped southeastern United States on Wednesday, reportedly killing 12 people, crippling travel, grounding flights and even knocking out power in some areas.

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A deadly winter storm gripped southeastern United States on Wednesday, reportedly killing 12 people, crippling travel, grounding flights and even knocking out power in some areas.

Winter storm warnings and advisories were issued for east Arkansas to much of the Atlantic coast, the National Weather Service said. The storm is expected to hit the rest of the northeastern region in the next two days with up to 15 inches of snow.

Shelters were opened in Georgia, Alabama and North Carolina to help those stranded by the storm.

The National Weather Service termed the weather system as an event of historic proportions and warned of ‘catastrophic’ and ‘paralyzing’ conditions.

Here’s what it looks like through photos shared on Twitter:

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