Snow Slams Northeast

Oh the weather outside is frightful … A snowstorm slammed the northeast on Tuesday, causing flights to be delayed up to five hours at some airports. And Washington D.C. is virtually shut down (for a real reason this time), although the House of Representatives and the Supreme Court stayed open. The storm is considered a “parting shot” of two storms that paralyzed much of the country over the past five days, and now has caused snowfall from Boston to Washington on Tuesday morning, with two to five inches expected in most places. In Baltimore, two people were killed when an SUV collided with a commuter train. In New York, LaGuardia Airport had five hours delays and Newark Airport reported five-and-a-half hours. In Philadelphia, four hour delays were recorded.