Heavy Snowfall in Northeast Disrupts Travel and Vaccine Rollout
Parts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey received 20 inches of snow. New York City, which got more than a foot, shut down outdoor subway service and postponed coronavirus vaccinations.
Here’s what you need to know:
- A winter storm strikes the Northeast, with up to 20 inches of snow in places.
- For a second day, New York City postponed virus vaccinations during the storm.
- Hundreds of flights are canceled as the snow snarls transportation.
- The storm could be one of the snowiest in New York City’s history.
- Many students are once again denied a snow day as online classes roll on.
- At the Capitol, prime sledding territory is off limits.
- Even before the snow arrived in Boston, a parking battle began.
- Is this storm considered a blizzard? A nor’easter?