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..shoveling snow  ;D:

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More than 40 inches of snow blankets the Northeast as storm snarls morning commute


Significant winter weather hit communities across the interior Northeast on Wednesday morning, causing at least one fatal road accident and potentially bringing chaos to the morning commute.

As expected, more than 40 inches of snow fell over the past two days over parts of the Great Lakes and interior Northeast in the first significant lake-effect snow event of the season.

The heaviest snowfall was recorded at Constableville, New York, where 42.7 inches landed.

All lake-effect snow warnings expired at 7 a.m. Wednesday, but some scattered snow showers will continue across the Great Lakes throughout the day. Heavy snowfall is not expected through the rest of Wednesday, but 1 or 2 inches of snow will still be possible.



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