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Much of the East Coast is buried under snow tonight. From North Carolina to Massachusetts, Wednesday's blizzard conditions are a reminder of winter's wrath.
New snowfall records have been set this winter in the Washington-area, along with Baltimore, Maryland and Wilmington, Delaware.
In the nation's capital 40 inches of snow has fallen in the past few days from two storm systems. There are reports of at least 22 roof collapses in the area from the weight of the snow.
The federal government was shutdown for a third day.
Farther north, Philadelphia could get 20 inches of snow from this latest storm. Interstates 76, 476, 676 and 176 around the city are only open for emergency vehicles.
Here in New York, the city is under a blizzard warning until 6 a.m. Thursday. At least a foot of snow is expected.
The three area airports are open, but not many planes are landing or taking off.
Up in Boston, up to 10 inches of snow is predicted to fall.
We'll have live reports on the weather conditions tonight on 360°.
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