Winter Storm: Thousands Without Power, Flights Canceled Across U.S.

The weekend’s snowy and icy weather is continuing into the work week making roads slick across the Northeast and inland Mid-Atlantic. According to Reuters, as of Monday afternoon, the storm had caused power outages to thousands of businesses and homes.

Footage from this storm:


Estimates from the website said more than 1,600 flights were canceled Monday, the greatest share from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, which was still recovering from the effects of an ice storm over the weekend.

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Credit: WeatherBug

Most of the wintry mess this morning is occurring across the interior Northeast and Southern New England, with some freezing rain and sleet lingering across the interior Mid-Atlantic. An inch or two of snow and a glaze of ice will be possible through midday from south-central Pennsylvania into central New York, with northern New England and Maine seeing up to 4 inches of snow and sleet through this evening.

Credit: WeatherBug

Credit: WeatherBug

All Winter Storm Warnings have been discontinued across the Mid-Atlantic, with Winter Weather Advisories extends from the Mason-Dixon line northward into northwestern Maine. Luckily, the worst of this storm is over. Read More

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