At least 37 people died as a result of the storm, many of them car accidents.
Major airports in the northeastern U.S. and Atlantic states are slowly resuming service after this weekend’s big winter storm.
Travel difficulties still will confront the northeastern US Monday with commutes slowed by endless mounds of snow.
A massive winter storm buried much of the U.S. East Coast in a foot or more of snow by Saturday, stranding drivers and knocking out power.
More than 500 cars, trucks and buses got stuck Friday night on the Pennsylvania Turnpike near Pittsburgh.
Photos from the Associated Press showing the impact of the blizzard that hit the northeastern US on January 22 through 24, 2016.
A blizzard with hurricane-force winds brought much of the East Coast to a standstill Saturday and left 17 people dead.
At least nine people have been killed in accidents as a snowstorm pounds the eastern part of the U.S. Some details of the deaths:
Airlines canceled nearly 6,300 flights in the U.S. and beyond this weekend as a blizzard conditions, cold and ice hits much of the U.S.
Snow, ice and wind are hitting Tennessee, the Carolinas, Virginia and as far south as Mississippi.
The blizzard menacing the Eastern United States could rank near the top 10 to ever hit the region.
The forecast for a historic blizzard is looming over the nation’s capital like the UFO from “Independence Day.”
Icy streets continue to cause problems for Wichita road crews.
Washington, D.C. braces for one of its biggest snowstorms in history.
The winter weather that’s blowing through Kansas is bringing icy conditions that are causing some travel problems.