Air and road traffic is halted in major cities such as Atlanta after unusually heavy snowfall hit the southeastern U.S. Mississippi got 10 inches of snow, and Alabama received an historic six to 12 inches. Nine people have died due to weather-related car accidents. The National Weather Service posted snowstorm watches for states up and down the East Coast as a second major snowstorm is expected to drop nearly two feet of snow in New England and a foot of snow in the New York City area. Atlanta's Hartstfield-Jackson airport, the busiest airport in the U.S., canceled 2,279 flights on Monday and other airports, including Charlotte Douglas, Washington's Reagan National, and Orlando International followed suit.
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