People across the Northeast United States were digging themselves out on Tuesday after a powerful storm blanketed parts of the region with more than 2 feet of snow, prompting airlines to cancel flights and contributing to at least two deaths. The nor’easter – an East Coast storm whose winds blow from the northeast – cut power to thousands of households, and halted some subway and train service in and around New York City. It dropped about 30 inches of snow in parts of New Jersey and Pennsylvania and up to 18 inches in New York City. A man clears snow in the Chinatown section of Manhattan on Tuesday after heavy snowfall blanketed New York City A Wilmington, Massachusetts resident uses a snowblower to remove snow from his driveway on Tuesday A resident of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania cleans snow off of a vehicle on Tuesday. Some parts of Pennsylvania reported more than 30 inches of snow A resident of Stamford, Connecticut is seen above on Tuesday shoveling snow after the area was blanketed by the white stuff A resident of Derry, New Hampshire uses a shovel to clean snow off his front steps on Tuesday The snowy weather was expected to continue… Read full this story
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