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a massive snowstorm turning out to be even more severe than predicted the brunt of the wintry blast being felt along the east coast Saturday from North Carolina to Connecticut snow totaled exceeding more than two feet in some places I'm currently getting the new York's Central Park one of the few places new Yorkers and tourists can go during that whether that is if they can get here there is a mandatory ban on nonessential vehicles on the road public busters parked phrase running and limited supplies bridges and tunnels and an out of the city close , New York City mayor bill de Blasio said the storm could dump at least twenty interest through Sunday which would make this one of the top five snowstorms in the city's history government officials from New York to North Carolina all saying the same thing snowfall totals approach record levels it is imperative that people get off the road and offer their street we want to stay off the roads you should not be on the roads eastern words of caution coming with good reason at least thirteen deaths reported so far have been due to accidents on icy roads more than eighty five million people caught up in the gusty downfall spreading across twenty state air traffic snarled with more than seventy five hundred flights cancelled between Friday and Saturday next possible threat flooding a full moon record high tide