Snow causes headaches in Southeast
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Snow, sleet and freezing rain is threatening to disrupt weekend travel and bring misery to millions in the Southeast.
Officials in Alabama and Georgia say they're in emergency mode.
Classes have been canceled across several states and motorists are being told to avoid unnecessary travel.
Authorities say a man in Kentucky died Thursday when his pickup truck slid off a snow-covered road.
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