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Topic - Mike Reynolds
A winter storm that threatened to keep the South iced over until the end of the week was heading Tuesday for the storm-battered Northeast, leaving behind glassy and treacherous roads, snapped power lines and stranded travelers.
"This really sucks," said Mr. Reynolds, 26, who works at a convenience store. "I told my boss what happened and that I was going to be late, but I'm not sure he believed me."