Residents clear their cars and street of snow in Weehawken, New Jersey, as the One World Trade Center and lower Manhattan are seen after a snowstorm in New York, U.S. March 14, 2017. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
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A late-season snowstorm that swept the mid-Atlantic and northeastern United States began to weaken Wednesday after closing schools, grounding flights and knocking out electricity supply to hundreds of thousands of customers.Still, millions of people on the East Coast will face temperatures 10 to 25 degrees below average, wind gusts of 30 mph (50 kph) and slick roads and sidewalks as they return to work and school Wednesday, the National Weather Service said.The rare mid-March "nor'easter" was tapering off over upstate New York and northern New England after dumping as much as a foot (30 cm) of snow with gale-force winds throughout the region Tuesday, the weather service said.The storm capped an unusually mild winter, with otherwise below-normal snowfall on much of the Atlantic coast.
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