Amazing Image of Record Snowfall in South Korea

This amazing image caputred by Lee Sang-hak / Yonhap via Reuters shows record snowfall in Gangneung, South Korea yesterday.

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Spring Deals: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Offers Discount Skiing in March

Get the ultimate ski experience without breaking your budget at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. The end of the ski season means discount tickets, short lines and a free concert at this popular Wyoming resort.

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Airline Losses May Top $600 Million Due to Snow

Airlines may have already lost more than $600 million due to snow in this very active winter. Storms have already forced the most cancelations of any winter since the government began tracking such data in 1987.

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Airlines Continue Flight Cancellations in Wake of Epic Winter Storm

Thursday continued the trend of canceled flights across the US as the effects of a huge winter storm continued to linger. Officials said nearly 1,000 flights were canceled at Chicago’s O’Hare International on Thursday as airlines struggled to play catch up.

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DFW Airport Closed by Ice as Huge Winter Storm Targets Much of the US

Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport was briefly shut down this morning due to dangerous and icy runway conditions. The ice was caused by a gigantic winter storm that is set to affect more than 20 states from New Mexico to New England over the next 48 hours.

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