The biggest storm of the season is hammering parts from New York City to Boston and west into Ohio as up to ten inches of snow hit the Big Apple Friday (02/22).
The wicked weather snarled traffic on the roads and caused up to four hour delays at New York City airports. Hundreds of flights were also canceled.
Some 2,000 sanitation workers were working 12-hour shifts to clear the roads in New York City alone.
Schools from Ohio to Connecticut called off classes, but many public schools were already on midwinter break.
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