On Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2014, a historic snow and ice event began, first striking the Deep South.
With the storm underway, five states declared states of emergency, as more than half a million customers lost power throughout Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina on Wednesday.
By Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014, the storm moved up into the I-95 corridor spreading a swath of heavy snow across the region and impacting many of the Northeast's major cities including, Washington, D.C., Harrisburg, Philadelphia, New York, Albany, Boston and Bangor.
Up to 28 inches of snow were reported in some regions of Virginia, as thunder sleet was seen around the Baltimore area.
So far the storm has canceled more than 10,000 flights between Wednesday and Thursday and has killed at least twenty people across the South and Northeast.
Live updates on the storm can be found here.
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