A massive blizzard that slammed the East Coast on Saturday brought more than two feet of snow to many areas, including Washington, D.C. and New York City, which saw its second-most recorded amount of snowfall.
Here’s a roundup of snow totals from the storm, according to the National Weather Service:
Central Park, New York City: 26.8 inches
John F. Kennedy International Airport, New York City: 30.5 inches
Norwalk, Connecticut: 16 inches
Newark Liberty International Airport, New Jersey: 28.1 inches
National Zoological Park, Washington, D.C.: 22.4 inches
Baltimore–Washington International Airport, Maryland: 29.2 inches
Reisterstown, Maryland: 32.1 inches
Round Hill, Virginia: 36.3 inches
Shepherdstown, West Virginia: 40.5 inches
Winebrenners Crossroad, West Virginia: 36.4 inches
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