The Record Breaking Snowfall Buried America Tauheed Ahmad April 21, 2017 Nature 739 The East Coast of United States was getting ready to dig its way out of record breaking snowfall after historic storm Jonas dumps up to 40 inches. Therefore, Glengary, West Virginia with an astonishing 40 inches of snowfall, however Baltimore record breaking snowfall of 29 inches. Many states have been declared emergencies, with more than 13000 flights canceled across the country. Meanwhile words to describe how bad the storm was, actually going to be one of those generational events, where your parents talk about how bad it was. The frequently bustling New York City looked more like a ghost town as Broadway shows dark, thin crowds shuffled through a diverse kind of Great White Way, the nickname for a section of the theater district. Moreover in Washington, monuments that would classically be busy with sightseers stood vacant. Thus all mass transit in the capital was to be shut down. The winter storm formed near-record high tides along the Jersey Shore, better the tide of Hurricane Sandy according to North Wildwood city officials. Check out these stunning photographs of record breaking snowfall all over America.Source: Dailymail A car attempts to drive through the flooded streets of North Wildwood, New Jersey, on Saturday A couple take a stroll in Riverside Park in New York which is covered in the white stuff after a day of heavy snowfall in the East Coast A deadly blizzard with bone-chilling winds and potentially record-breaking snowfall slammed the eastern US on Saturday A delivery man on a bike navigates his way through Manhattan on Saturday as snow continues to fall an is due to continue overnight A digger loads snow into a dumper truck in Alexandria, Virginia, on Saturday amid heavy snowfall which caused traffic accidents across the state A group of bundled-up joggers, who faced the storm to go on a run, pass The White House in Washington, D.C. on Saturday A group of bundled-up men play football in the snow in Downtown Brooklyn in New York on Saturday. A group of kids slide down a hill in the snow near the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in Lower Manhattan, New York on Saturday A local pizza store is seen open for business in the East Village in Manhattan during a large winter storm in New York, New York A man clears snow from the steps of the US Supreme Court Building in Washington, D.C., on saturday A man makes his way during a storm in New York while across the East Coast nineteen people were reported dead from the storm A man makes his way through the snow on Saturday, in the Georgetown area of Washington, as Storm Jonas battered the East Coast A man uses skis to make his way around Manhattan in near white-out conditions on Saturday as winter storm Jonas blankets the city in snow A man waits for a D train at the snow-covered 25th Avenue stop in the Brooklyn borough of New York on Saturday. Above-ground trains stopped running at 4pm in the city A man walks across a snow-covered street in New York City during storm Jonas on Saturday night A man walks in Greenwich, Connecticut, amid heavy snowfall across the East Coast that is expected to last for the rest of the weekend A man, wearing boots, gloves and a hooded jacket, walks along a street covered by snow during a winter storm in Washington A motorist shovels snow to free up a vehicle on the New Jersey Turnpike during a snowstorm after motorists were told to stay indoors A New York Police Department car is seen driving past snow-covered cars on the Lower East Side of Manhattan during the large winter storm in the early hours of this morning A New York woman cross-country skis across Columbus Circle after Storm Jonas battered the East Coast of America A NYC transit worker shovels snow from an above-ground subway platform in New York City before the above-ground trains were closed on Saturday A parent and their child dragging sleds cross the road in Manhattan as a snow plow makes its way past on Saturday A pedestrian carrying several bags crosses a street through blowing snow in front of Radio City Music Hall in New York City on Saturday A pedestrian waits to cross the street as a truck carrying a load of snow passes in front on the National Mall in Washington A plow clears the parking lot at the Rutters Farm Store along the Susquehanna Trail in York, Pennsylvania, on Saturday A resident skies through a park during a snow storm in Old Greenwich, Connecticut, on Saturday A small snowman was built in the heart of Times Square in New York City on Saturday during Storm Jonas which battered the East Coast A snow plow clears Route 206 during a winter storm near Trenton, New Jersey, where flood were also reported on Saturday A soldier with the 275th Military Police company in a Humvee stops on I-395 as they assist a stranded motorist in the snow in Washington A stuck snow plow blocks an intersection on New Jersey Ave in Washington, D.C., on Saturday after the city faced at least two feet of snow A trio of snowplows attempts to clear snow from Broadway on the Upper West Side in New York on Saturday as snow continues overnight A U.S. Army SUV makes its way down 7th Avenue during the snowstorm in Times Square in the Manhattan borough of New York A Virginia National Guard Humvee stuck in the snow near Washington DC during the major snow blizzard of 2016, Winter Storm Jonas A woman carefully enters Columbia Circle subway stop, where the stairs were covered in packed snow, on Saturday A woman decorates a snowman in Times Square as all cars but emergency vehicles are banned from driving on the road on Saturday in New York A woman strolls through New York City streets after the roads were closed to vehicles on Saturday afternoon during Storm Jonas A woman walks along a street in the East Falls section of Philadelphia on Saturday after a blizzard with hurricane-force winds brought much of the East Coast to a standstill A women walks towards the Steamship Ferry Terminal in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, as a snowstorm continues on Saturday A worker cleans snow off the platform at the Metro North Train station in Greenwich, Connecticut, where heavy snow fell on Saturday A worker in Times Square tires to keep sidewalks open on Saturday as a deadly blizzard with bone-chilling winds and potentially record-breaking snowfall slammed the East Coast Babs Levedahl takes her huskies, Merlin, left, and Misty May, right, along with a neighbor’s Malamut, Ollie, dog sledding in Baltimore on Saturday Bethany Wallace loads her car with groceries outside the Stop and Shop in Marstons Mills, Massachusetts, on Saturday Cab drivers work to remove their cars on Fifth Avenue in New York City after snow covered the streets, making it difficult to drive Cars covered in snow are seen parked along a street in Prince William County, Virginia, onSaturday afternoon in heavy snow Cars were nearly buried under huge snow drifts in Washington D.C. on Saturday as record breaking snowfall came to the eastern U.S. Central park was also covered with snow on Saturday, where six inches fell in the first few hours of the morning and kept building at a rate of three inches every hour Children are pulled home after playing at Riverside Park, in New York City, which was covered in snow after a day of constant snow fall Dan Rafalin, left, lifts his daughter, Delila Rafalin, 5, while playing in heavy snowfall with their family on Independence Mall in Philadelphia Dumper trucks were brought to the streets in Washington to help deal with the feet of snow that has fallen since Friday Gary Utley, 27, of Alexandria, snowboards behind a Jeep driven by his friend, as snow falls, in Alexandria, Virginia, on Saturday High tides in North Wildwood, New Jersey, surpassed the tide of Hurricane Sandy according to North Wildwood city officials Icicles hang from the awning out the front of a store front in Georgetown, Washington, where up to three feet of snow was reported on Saturday In New York Governor Andrew Cuomo declared a state of emergency and has warned citizens to stay off the streets all day today. Pictured are cars completely buried in snow In Washington D.C. there is more than a foot of snow on the ground on Saturday while two feet is possible before Sunday, making it the worst snowfall the city has ever received Issabella Rickman slides down a hill on a sled during a blizzard in Arlington, Virginia on January 23, 2016. Jared Meyer of Chattanooga, Tenn., digs out his car from the snow, Saturday, January 23, 2016 in Arlington, Virginia Millions of Americans are battling with the elements on Saturday as Jonas brought hurricane-force winds and feet of snow to ten states More than 85million Americans affected by the storm have been advised to keep their homes accessible during the storm in case emergency crews need to enter National Guard have been on hand to distribute water, food and fuel to the stranded drivers as the snow continued to fall New York City banned all road travel, canceled all bus services, and shut overground parts of the subway on Saturday afternoon New York has cancelled bus services, announced a ban on driving, and shut down above-ground subway services as winter storm Jonas has blanketed the city with snow One in seven Americans are expected to see half a foot of snow today. Pictured is snow in Park Slope, Brooklyn, New York Pedestrians are seen walking on the snow-covered streets of the Lower East Side of Manhattan in New York as Storm Jonas hit the city Pedestrians cope with snow covering sidewalks and streets in Time Square as the city filled with snow from storm Jonas tonight Pedestrians struggle through the New York snow in Manhattan on Saturday after the city virtually shut down in the face of storm Jonas People are seen here walking on Canal Street in Chinatown in Lower Manhattan in New York City on Saturday People cross-country ski past the Reflecting Pool on the National Mall after a snowstorm on Saturday after snow blanketed the city People enjoy the heavy snowfall at Riverside Park in New York City as Storm Jonas battered the East Coast of America yesterday People trudge though the snow as they cross 42nd St during a snowstorm Manhattan borough of New York People use a wall surrounding the Washington Monument to walk above the snow after the snowstorm on Saturday People walk across the Brooklyn Bridge in Brooklyn, New York, on Saturday during the blizzard brought on by Storm Jonas People walk across the Williamsburg Bridget during a large winter storm in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, New York, on Saturday People walk down the middle of 42nd Street past Grand Central Terminal in the Manhattan borough of New York on Saturday night People walk through the streets of the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, New York, on Saturday during the blizzard Pictured is a bridge in New York after snow from Storm Jonas stopped falling over the city at around 10pm yesterday Police car patrols the in the snow on Saturday in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Several pedestrians gave up walking and took to using skis instead during very heavy snowfall in Washington on Saturday afternoon Snow fell across New York on Saturday and is due to continue overnight, bringing as much as 42 inches in the next 24 hours Storm Jonas had left the East Coast covered with a think blanket of snow on Saturday as it hovers over the East Coast of the United States Storm Jonas is expected to dump more than two feet (61 centimeters) of snow in the Washington DC region (pictured) throughout the weekend Ten inches of snow fell in Manhattan on Saturday morning with more expected to come as winter storm Jonas advanced up the East Coast The East Coast has been blanketed by snow on Saturday as winter storm Jonas has brought up to two feet of snow to major cities while ten states have declared emergencies The National Weather Service warned the worst is still to come for many parts today. Pictured is a now-covered street in New York The streets in Washington, DC, seemed just as desolate on Saturday, as pedestrians walked car-free streets The travel ban left man walking through the un-shoveled sidewalks and the rarely empty streets of New York City on Saturday evening Times Square Alliance workers shovel snow off the viewing steps as New York hunkers down under storm Jonas which hit on Saturday Times Square is seen while snow falls in New York City on Saturday. The city saw more than 25 inches as storm Jonas hit Times Square, which is usually filled with tourists at all hours, was virtually deserted on Saturday as workers tried to clear the snow away Tourists pose with the Wall Street Bull in New York City, despite the treatorous weather, as Storm Jonas battered the East Coast of America Traffic was at a standstill for hours on the Pennsylvania Turnpike yesterday stranding hundreds of motorists in the snow Two people use cross country skis to get around the snow in front of the U.S. Capitol on Saturday Two young men run along West 83 street which is covered in snow after a day of constant snow fall on Saturday Visitors brave the driving winds and heavy snowfall to take a stroll through Central Park on Saturday afternoon William Winston of Richmond digs his jeep out of a snow bank in Richmond, Virginia, on Saturday. Portions of the city are under blizzard warning Winds of up to 50mph and heavy snow in Manhattan on Saturday caused near white-out conditions as storm Jonas arrived Workers in Washington D.C. have been working frantically on Saturday to try and keep roads and sidewalks open as snow continues to fall for the second day, and will not stop until Sunday Workers struggle to keep the streets open in New York where all driving has been banned as a precautionary measure on Saturday Workers take a break in order to take selfies in Times Square as snow fell at a rate of up to 3 inches per hour, covering New York Republished by Blog Post Promoter Related PostsWorld Most Terrifying Bedroom with Halloween Buried in Airbnb in ParisYosemite Valley Sierra Nevada of California USAMindblowing Captures of Wayne SimpsonMagical Images of Japan’s Annual Flurry of FirefliesAutumn’s Crimson Leaves, Misty Mornings and Foraging WildlifePhotographer Captures Fabulous Photographs of Deadly Crocodiles While Snorkeling in CubaFascinating Photographs of Autumnal ForestsAmazing Owl Photographs Capture by Thai PhotographerRussian Photographer Captures the Cutest Squirrel Photo Session EverShocking Photos of 2013Brilliant Photography of Patagonia’s Untouched LandscapesInsightful Photographs of 1960’s Afghanistan Reveal What Life Was like before the Taliban Regime Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.