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Snow Snarls Flights To Super Bowl

DALLAS (AP) - With two days to go before the Super Bowl, it looks like Green Bay or Pittsburgh might have been better locations to host the big game. At least they're used to dealing with nasty winter weather.

A snow storm early Friday has curtailed arrivals at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport and shut down commercial flights at Dallas Love Field.

It's just one last blitz at organizers of the big game, who have struggled all week with ice and freezing temperatures in north Texas.

Airlines are counting on a weather forecast that calls for the snow to end and temperatures to rise into Saturday.