Snow Day: Blizzard Leaves East Coast Buried Under Feet of Snow
East Coast residents take to the streets with shovels in hand to dig out from yesterday's historic snow fall.
Snow is cleared along a street in the Upper West Side neighborhood of New York, Jan. 24, in the wake of a storm that dumped heavy snow along the East Coast.
Wind-blown snow buries vehicles, Jan. 24, in Parkville, Md. Millions of Americans were preparing to dig themselves out Sunday after a mammoth blizzard with hurricane-force winds and record-setting snowfall brought much of the East Coast to an icy standstill.
A resident digs her car out from the snow in Union City, N.J., Jan. 24.
People participate in a giant snowball fights in Dupont Circle in Washington on Jan. 24. Snowball fights have become a tradition after every major snow storm in the Nation's Capital.
A resident removes snow away from the entrance to his home in Union City, N. J., across the Hudson River from Midtown Manhattan, after the second-biggest winter storm in New York history, Jan. 24.
A resident stands next to his vehicle after digging it out of the snow in Union City, N. J., Jan. 24.
Tiona Jackson, of Towson, Md., and her son, Reginald Giddins Jr. clear snow from her car, in Towson, Jan. 24.
Shawn Covelly knocks snow off his awning, Jan. 24, in Towson, Md.
A resident shovels snow away from the entrance to his home in Union City, N. J., Jan. 24.