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A storm that left at least six people dead and tens of thousands without power this weekend was pushing its way into Canada on Sunday, but holiday travelers may still face slick roads as the system slams the Southeast. The storm that brought high winds, ice, snow and rain to a wide swath of the Southeast before roaring north will affect sections of the USA through Monday night, says Frank Strait, senior meteorologist with Accuweather. Its northern edge featured sleet and freezing rain that sparked travel advisories in New York and New England. On the other hand, many eastern cities saw record high temperatures.
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