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the sound of resident digging out shovel by shovel Monday after a monster snowstorm paralyzed much of the east coast closer to Peter snow fell on Washington DC or government offices and public schools will remain closed Monday the city's metro subway system scheduled to begin limited service starting seven AM the blizzard dumped twenty six point eight inches of snow in New York City just shy of a record the MTA subways were working to restore full service Sunday night see schools and the New York Stock Exchange were scheduled to open Monday Baltimore also hard hit it airport setting a record twenty nine point two inches of snow some nine hundred flights were preemptively canceled Monday thirty nine hundred were called off the day before , at least twenty five people died due to the weekend weather thirteen of them in car crashes Yankee roads , to get from hypothermia were recorded in Virginia and one from carbon monoxide poisoning possibly from a gas generator in Pennsylvania , severe coastal flooding from storm surges and high tides forced evacuations in parts of New Jersey and Delaware water levels in wild wood and stone harbor broken record set during superstorm sandy in twenty , those evacuated are expected to be able to return on Monday