Midwest Slammed by May Snowstorms

Residents all across the Midwest are fighting cold temperatures and snow.
1:50 | 05/02/13

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first we'll have the very latest on the wild weather that we don't expect to see in may, snowstorms, wildfire, it's unbelievable. All on one map. What's unusual about this is may can be a very changeable month but usually we're settling into spring. This is everything but spring. There's very little spring on the board. There's an awful lot of summerlike weather in the east and west and a dip in the middle of the country because there's a block off the eastern seaboard. Warm pattern on the east. Norm normally pleasant 65 in the bay area and record-setting snowfalls, you really -- you can understand it on the map but better to see what people are living under. Take a look at the pictures. Second day of may and part of the country is in early summer. The rest, in never-ending winter with record may snowfall from colorado to minnesota. 28 inches in parts of northern colorado. Typical spring snow, a lot of moisture. Heavy snow, tough to shovel. Reporter: Temperatures in that region approaching record lows as thick blankets of ice coat the highways resulting in pileups like this. Southeast, total washout along the gulf coast. Water up 10 inches in some streets. While in clermont, florida, three feet of mud crashing through the windows. In key west one refused to bow to the elements by going ahead with their wedding. But that decision led to the jolt of their lives. While in mississippi, thunderstorms brought flash flooding from nearly a foot of rain. Meanwhile, in lubbock, texas, dry leapt winds, up to 50 miles an hour blowing out car windows and knocking trees into homes. Go out of town and come back and tree in my house and it was unbelievable. And we say extreme, it's all

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