Madison Riley, left, and Katie Lantuh walk down the middle of Pennsylvania Avenue with the U.S. Capitol behind them, as the snow falls, Friday, Jan. 22, 2016 in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
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A deadly blizzard with bone-chilling winds and potentially record-breaking snowfall slammed the eastern U.S. Saturday as officials urged millions in the storm's path to seek shelter, warning the worst is yet to come.Forecasters predict the storm could dump more than two feet (61 centimeters) of snow in Washington, DC and the surrounding area by late Saturday, bringing life to a wintry halt as residents ride out the rough weather.The storm is expected to affect about 85 million Americans -- about one quarter of the inhabitants of the United States.If the blizzard leaves as much snow in Washington as forecast, it could surpass a record set in 1922 by a storm that dumped 28 inches over three days and killed 100 people after a roof collapsed at a theater.Further north in New York, the storm is expected to dump up to a foot of snow from early Saturday to midday Sunday, the NWS reported.
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