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January 24, 2016 11:26 am

Clean-Up Begins After Record-Breaking Winter Storm Jonas Kills at Least 19 People on East Coast

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A scene from Washington, DC, during the snowstorm. Photo: Courtesy/Noam Blum.

A scene from Washington, DC, during the snowstorm. Photo: Courtesy/Noam Blum.

States across America are beginning the process of digging their way out of record-breaking snowfall this morning after Winter Storm Jonas battered the nation’s East Coast on Saturday, wrecking havoc on millions and turning major cities into ghost towns.

Almost all areas hit by the storm will get to enjoy above-freezing temperatures and sunlight today as the storm has headed out to sea, which should aid with clean-up in some states but in others lead to problems with flooding and ice once temperatures dip below freezing later in the evening.

Read full story at the Daily Mail.

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