Severe snow storm with hurricane-like wind hit the Northeast of the United States on Saturday, leaving behind 2 to 4 feet of the white layer, especially in New England area. At least three people were killed due to the storm, including a New York tractor driver whose vehicle edged off the road.
More than 650,000 homes and businesses in the region faced major power black-out on Saturday owing to the storm.
In New York too, nearly 11 inches of snow filled the city bringing the three major airports — LaGuardia, Kennedy and
Newark, N.J. to halt throughout the night till late morning.
Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut too faced severe traffic woes with closed roads due to snow, say reports.