Flight cancellations and delays continued Monday as the winter storm that tore across the United States reached the Northeast, bringing several inches of snow and coastal floods. Travel disruptions are likely, with the National Weather Service warning of hazardous driving conditions. The storm initially formed on the West Coast days before Thanksgiving, snarling holiday travel plans . It slowly moved east over the Great Lakes region and will likely remain until Tuesday morning. Although Boston has been spared the worst of the storm, portions of Massachusetts could see 6 to 10 inches of snow. Simon Rios with member station WBUR told NPR's Newscast Unit that state transportation officials deployed more than 3,500 plows to remove snow. Meanwhile, on the...
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Winter Storm Reaches Northeast, Smothering Region With 1st Major Snow Of The Season