For U.S. East, no letup yet; snow on way

Posted: February 15, 2014 at 3:40 a.m.

Liz Hall digs her car out Friday in Albany, N.Y. Snowfall of 12 to 27 inches closed schools across the state, but in New York City classes were held to the chagrin of many parents, including TV weatherman Al Roker.

A winter storm that dropped snow and ice on the East Coast moved offshore Friday after causing at least 25 deaths, leaving hundreds of thousands without power and triggering a pileup in Pennsylvania that injured 30 people.


Smashed-up vehicles litter one side of the Pennsylvania Turnpike after dozens of vehicles crashed on the slush-covered roadwa... (By: MICHAEL WIRTZ) (Credit: AP)

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