An early spring storm moved across the Northeast on Sunday, bringing snow, sleet, ice, heavy rain and flooding to the region.
Up to 6.7 inches of snow was reported, with the highest amount coming from Bayard, W.Va., according to an NWS cooperative observer.
More than an inch of rain fell in Washington, D.C. Another 2.34 inches was reported by a spotter near Green Haven, Md., in Anne Arundel County, where flooding was also reported.
More than 650 flights had been canceled by Sunday evening with another 6,000 delayed due to the weather, according to FlightStats.
Numerous vehicle crashes were also reported across the mid-Atlantic region as the storm continued to spin through.
Why yes, that *is* snow. Again. March 30, 2014. Metro DC.— NomdeB (@NomdeB) March 30, 2014
Rain turning to sleet & snow today. Seriously? Has spring skipped over DC? #done— city girl dc (@citygirldc) March 30, 2014
A snowy spring view from Laurel Highlands Trail near Ohiopyle, Pa. (Photos/Karen Flaig)
Some nice accumulation in Frederick County MD. Higher elevations. Roads are snow covered. pic.twitter.com/ZJIKQAcm8V— Chris White (@GolferChris68) March 30, 2014
Snowing at Silver Spring, Md. (Photo/Twitter user @mediachick76)
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