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The U.S. East Coast dug out on Friday from the final wallop of a deadly four-day storm that dumped more than two feet of snow in some places, causing chaos from the South to New England.Five more people were killed on icy roads or while shoveling snow in North Carolina, bringing the storm's death toll to at least 20 . Snowfall measured 28.5 inches (72.3 cm) in Pilot, Virginia, about 200 miles (321 km) east of Richmond, Vaccaro said.A new storm system from the central Plains was on its way Friday, expected to dump up to 3 inches (7 cm) on the East Coast into Saturday of the Presidents Day holiday weekend, he said. Heavy snow in and around New York City, Boston and Philadelphia, caused some schools to be closed for a second unplanned day on Friday.
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