Winter Storm Stella Dumps More Than 3 Feet of Snow In Some Areas, Leads to At Least 16 Deaths | The Weather Channel

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Winter Storm Stella has moved out of the Northeast after dumping more than 3 feet of snow in some areas, paralyzing several major cities, knocking out power out to half a million and crippling air travel for thousands. The powerful storm killed at least 16 people, grounded more than 6,000 flights and shut down several major cities, including New York City and Boston. While the storm underperformed in some areas, others received up to 3 feet of snow, including West Winfield New York, which saw a total accumulation of 42 inches.

Source: Winter Storm Stella Dumps More Than 3 Feet of Snow In Some Areas, Leads to At Least 16 Deaths | The Weather Channel