Northeast snowed under

Yes, snow always happens in the northeastern U.S. just not this much of it.

BY SUSAN KIM | BALTIMORE | January 5, 2003


Yes, snow always happens in the northeastern U.S. just not this much of it. Over the weekend two feet blanketed parts of the region.

It's the second nor'easter of the season and, as usual, the Albany area and the Catskills in New York were hit the hardest.

Parts of Massachusetts, southern Vermont, Connecticut, New Hampshire and Maine also got walloped.

Tens of thousands were without power over the weekend. There were flight delays at both Connecticut and New York airports.

The last nor'easter hit Christmas Day, when the same areas got some three feet of snow.

It's unusual, even for the northeast, to receive two such large storms in less than two weeks, said reports from local forecasters.


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