America's Heartland Hit With Massive Hail

Blizzard conditions sweep across country, whiteout cripples roads.
1:20 | 03/10/13

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The wicked weather stretching across the country's midsection tonight there are -- warnings in place in half a dozen states from Nebraska to Michigan the morning commute will be a challenge. While along the coast so much different story a breath of spring -- ABC's -- many -- has the details. It looks like -- scene from the movie Fargo and from blizzard like conditions in western Minnesota we're driving is nearly impossible. To -- in Kansas there's even hail in Texas. People are tweeting photos of hail larger than golf balls. And in Denver truckers are stranded. My advice to people don't get on the rose states that all families. It's a winter weather blast slamming the nation's heartland for the third weekend in a row and AccuWeather meteorologist Adrian green says it's not over yet. So -- -- as the storm going now. Well this storm will continue left off to the north and east and will be heading towards the midwest spots like them -- Green Bay even Marquette will be getting an ounce in snowy conditions. That's it for tonight we've also got some pretty gusty winds on the order -- forty to fifty mile per hour wind gusts across that region. The northeast which saw its share blizzard conditions last week today almost spring like but expect a chill in the air this week. GO Benitez ABC news New York.

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