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Updated 8 years ago

Winter Storm Live Updates: Massive Snowstorm Slams East Coast

Ongoing coverage of the aftermath of the deadly snowstorm.
Floodwaters cover a street in North Wildwood, N.J., at the height of the storm on Jan. 23. A winter storm created near-record high tides along the Jersey Shore, surpassing the tide of Hurricane Sandy according to North Wildwood city officials. Dale Gerhard / Press of Atlantic City via AP

Ongoing coverage of aftermath of the deadly snowstorm that broke records and impacted millions of people on the East Coast.

What we know

  • At least 41 deaths have been blamed on the severe weather.

  • Airports are recovering, but at least 1,800 departures ands arrivals were canceled Monday, FlightAware said.
  • New York City missed is its all-time storm record by a tenth of an inch, with 26.8 inches at Central Park. Meanwhile, 30.1 inches was recorded at JFK airport.
  • Worst-hit was the eastern panhandle of West Virginia, according to the National Weather Service, with 42 inches recorded in Glengary and 40.5 in Shepherdstown.
  • Federal workers in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia were ordered to stay home Monday and again Tuesday.