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60 million people pounded by huge storm

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  • 20 states hit by snow, sleet and ice
  • Plane stuck on Wichita runway for hours
  • More than 1000 flights cancelled since Thursday
United express pilot takes a wrong way on an unplowed taxiway at Wichita Mid-Continent Airport

A massive winter storm has dumped more than a foot of snow in some places.  Some 20 states have been hammered by this thing so far, including Missouri which has declared a state of emergency. They could see more than 10 inches of snow there.

It has spread across the country, dumping snow in the west and the north and torrential rain elsewhere.

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More than 500 flights are canceled across the country so far Friday. More than a thousand were canceled yesterday.

In Wichita a United flight from Denver got stuck in the snow on a taxiway for hours.

Roads were so slick in Kansas City HLN affiliate KMBC caught a city bus losing control and taking out a street lamp. some 25 snow plows are trying to keep streets clear there.

HLN meteorologist Bob Van Dillen will tell you where the storm is headed next on Morning Express with Robin Meade.

More: Blinding icy snow buries Midwest

Flight cancelations and fender benders not withstanding, the storm isn't bad news for everyone. Check out Duke the sledding English Bulldog in Blue Springs, Missouri near Kansas City. He's lovin' the white stuff:

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