The first storm blew through the Midwest Wednesday, dumping up to 15 inches of snow in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, more than 6 inches across northern Wisconsin and over 9 inches in Minneapolis.(MORE: From the airports to the roads, here’s your Thanksgiving travel by the numbers)
Officials with the city of Minneapolis have declared a snow emergency.
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Meanwhile, a separate storm is pounding the West Coast with rain.(MORE: From travel times to top side dishes, these are the biggest Thanksgiving trends)
The storm set numerous records overnight, including an unofficial all-time low-pressure record in California. Low pressure indicates the power of a particular storm.
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