Snowfall of two feet or more is setting single-day records in parts of Connecticut.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - Snowfall of two feet or more is setting single-day records in parts of Connecticut.
And the governor of Massachusetts has called out the National Guard, saying the storm brought more snow -- and wetter snow -- than officials expected, leaving more than 100,000 without power.
The storm is now blamed for at least 17 deaths.
It's the third winter storm in three weeks to bury parts of the Northeast.
City officials in New York were determined not to face more of the criticism they received in the aftermath of a post-Christmas blizzard. They rolled out a massive response that quickly cleared the streets. The city this time only got 9 inches -- well short of the 20 inches in last month's storm.
Parts of the South are still dealing with the aftermath of the storm that left the region covered in ice and snow. Some schools remained closed today in parts of North Carolina.