People walk along a street in the snow Tuesday night, Jan. 21, 2014, in Trenton, N.J. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)
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A swirling storm clobbered parts of the mid-Atlantic and the urban Northeast in the U.S. on Tuesday, dumping nearly a foot and a half (45 centimeters) of snow, grounding thousands of flights, closing government offices in the U.S. capital and making a mess of the evening commute.The storm stretched 1,000 miles (1,600 kilometers) between Kentucky and Massachusetts but hit especially hard along the heavily populated corridor between Philadelphia and Boston, creating perilous rides home for millions of motorists.The National Weather Service said Manalapan, New Jersey, got 16 inches (39.4 centimeters) of snow, and Philadelphia's airport saw 13.5 inches (34.3 centimeters). Foxboro, Massachusetts, and Providence, Rhode Island, each received about 11 inches (28 centimeters) of snow by midnight, and Stamford, Connecticut, got 9 inches (23 centimeters).
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