It was a white Christmas for many parts of the country, but now it’s a winter blizzard for the Northeast.Â Parts of Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York and New Jersey all were covered by anywhere from a foot to nearly three feet of snow this late December 2010! Â
The latest snowfall totals along the east coast have been as much as 20 inches in parts of New York, and nearly 32 inches in northeast New Jersey!Â Areas of Connecticut and Virginia received over one foot of snow.
A full report on the latest snowfall totals comes via Weather.com, where they show a map of the snow which has blanketed the east coast.Â The heavy snowfall which started on Sunday, continued into Monday leaving many holiday travelers stranded.Â Many major airports and rail lines in the Northeast were also shut down by the storm.Â Metro North railroad appears to have resumed its travel schedule as of this report.
Snowfall totals by zip code have also been reported here at Gather.com.Â It appears much of the east coast has suffered power outages and now severe traveling conditions.Â Many students are already on winter break for the holidays, making it less fun to have so much snow.Â However, many adults are probably happy they may have received a day off from work, just not as happy they will have to shovel so much snow or are stuck away from home!
To check on the latest weather report and snowfall totals for your zip code, head to Weather.com and enter your zip code information.Â Was your area affected by this major blizzard?Â How much snow did your area get?