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Continued: Thanksgiving travelers cast wary eye as storm packing snow, freezing rain, sleet heads east

  • Article by: DAVID WARREN , Associated Press
  • Last update: November 26, 2013 - 6:38 AM

Some of the worst weather was expected in the Ouachita Mountains of western Arkansas but most of the region saw only sporadic ice and very cold temperatures.

"You can see it on the power lines but the roads are fine," said Courtney O'Neal-Walden, who planned to close her Dairyette restaurant in Mount Ida four hours early because business was slow.

In Texas, up to 44,000 people, mostly in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, were without power earlier in the day, but that number had dropped considerably by the afternoon.

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