Record winter storm finally exits Northeast, leaving widespread chaos and at least 7 people dead – U.S.
A major, cross-continental winter storm that caused widespread disruptions and broke records across the U.S. last week has finally begun exiting New England on Tuesday, December 3, 2019. However, more bad weather is expected in parts of the country mid-week, lake-effect snow in the Great Lakes, heavy snow in the northeast, and atmospheric river over Southern California to the interior Southwest.
The first major snowstorm of the season brought 90 cm (35 inches of snowfall across parts of New Hampshire. The final storm total at Albany International Airport in New York was 57 cm (23 inches), making it the eighth largest snowstorm in the city’s recorded history and the fourth biggest in December.