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This NOAA satellite image taken Thursday at 1:45 a.m. EDT shows a stationary front across the Mid Atlantic. Low pressure is affecting a large part of the Mississippi Valley, Great Lakes, and the Plains. A line of strong to severe thunderstorms extends from southern Michigan all the way southwest to southwestern Texas. Snow is occurring across the eastern Dakotas, Minnesota, and Nebraska. (AP Photo/Weather Underground) Copyright 2013, The Associated Press

Storm woes range from sinkhole to snow to twisters

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CHICAGO (AP) — Middle America was getting everything nature has to throw at it on Thursday, from snow in the north to tornadoes in the Plains, and with torrential rains causing floods and transportation chaos in several states — and a sinkhole in Chicago.

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