The snowfall that has left at least 6 southern states virtually crippled continued into a second day, much to the chagrin of frustrated commuters and travelers.
Only 4 inches fell in Atlanta, but since the city only has 8 snow plows, the roads are practically empty. As one driver told CBS News, "This car is definitely not made for snow."
Much of the South is experiencing temperatures roughly 20 degrees below normal. Roughly 2,000 flights have been canceled throughout the region and the Atlanta airport (America's busiest) is struggling to keep up.
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