No joke! Forecasters on Wednesday said it was likely a major storm would hit the Northeast in time for April Fools' Day at the end of the week.
The storm-weary East Coast could get more snow Friday, as residents continued to dig out from heavy snowfall earlier this week and thousands remained without power.
Thousands of flights were canceled Wednesday and Thursday, and travelers heading in and out of the East Coast are facing major headaches after the region took yet another major winter weather pounding.
In Philadelphia, a gas main break ignited a 50-foot fireball which rocked the city’s Tacony neighborhood, killing one utility worker and injuring five other people. TODAY’s Ann Curry reports.
Planes began landing again Monday at two of the nation's busiest airports after a blizzard that clobbered the Northeast with more than 2 feet of snow grounded flights.
Two feet of snow fell in the Northeast, snarling post-Christmas travel and creating headaches in Boston, New York, Philadelphia and beyond.