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Major winter snow disrupts life along the East Coast

Major winter snow disrupts life along the East Coast

The Nor’easter dumped more than two feet of snow in some areas as portions of the East Coast, stretching from northern Virginia to parts of New England suffered from power outages. In Virginia alone, nearly 34,000 customers were without power. Nearly 40 inches of snow were recorded in Litchfield, Pa., and 38 inches and 26 inches were recorded in Apalachin, N.Y., and Binghamton, N.Y.

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Matt
Matt 1 months

We didn't get that badly in my area of Maine but up here even a full 40 inches it's hardly anything to be considered disruptive heck you might even see some people in shorts

RandomUser
RandomUser 2 months

You Americans should start using winter tires.

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