OMAHA, Neb. (AP) _ An airliner slid off a runway as a storm spread more than 7 inches of sleet and snow across parts of Nebraska. No one was injured.

The storm, which hit late Sunday, also contributed to the death of a woman whose car overturned on a slippery highway, Nuckolls County sheriff's officers said.

Classes were canceled Monday at some schools, including the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

The American Airlines plane slid off a runway at Eppley Airfield after it landed on a flight from St. Louis late Sunday. Passengers said they could feel the plane fishtailing before it stopped.

``The landing itself was smooth, but you could tell that the ice was having an effect,'' passenger Jeanne Tostenson said. ``It wasn't an abrupt stop.''

The fast-moving storm also had coated eastern Colorado with ice and up to 7 inches of snow, closing Interstate 70 between Limon, Colo., and the Kansas state line for more than 13 hours. Westbound lanes remained closed Monday morning.

Kansas got up to 6 inches of snow and parts of Iowa collected 4 inches.