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A powerful storm which caused power outages and also caused delays for work, school, and travel, has brought the highest snowfall New York City has seen in two years. 3.2 inches of snow blanketed trees, statues, and walkways in white. (Reuters photo)

02/7NYC Public Schools switches to remote learning

Mayor Eric Adams announced Monday morning that New York City Public Schools will switch to remote learning. “That’s one of the things that came out of COVID-19. We can continue the educational process of our children. So they will be learning remotely,” Adams added. (Reuters photo)

03/7Pennsylvania, Connecticut covered with 15 inches of fluffy snow

NYC recorded just 3 inches (7.62 centimeters) of snow in Central Park, but areas of Pennsylvania and Connecticut were blanketed with 15 inches (38.10 centimeters) of fluffy snow, according to National Weather Service reports. (Reuters photo)

04/7Around 130,000 without power in Pennsylvania after winter snow hits Northeast US

According to CNN citing PowerOutage.us, around 130,000 people in central and eastern Pennsylvania are without power as a result of the state’s ongoing battle with heavy, wet snow. Poweroutage.us reports that more than 12,000 people in western New Jersey were without power. (Reuters photo)

05/7Winter storm left one person dead and closed schools

During the storm in Newberry Township, Pennsylvania, a man operating a snowmobile died when he hit a downed utility line around 8 am, according to the authorities. (Reuters photo)

06/7Over 250 car accidents reported in New Jersey, governor says

​More than 250 car accidents have already been reported to New Jersey state police during Tuesday’s winter storm, according to state’s Gov. Phil Murphy and asked the folks to be careful. (Reuters photo)

07/7More than 1,000 US flights cancelled

According to flightaware.com, at least 1,050 flights were cancelled in the US on Tuesday as winter weather continues to sweep into the Northeast.
Airports in the northeastern states are the primary source of those cancellations. (AP photo)

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