Historic Winter Storm Slams East Coast

ABC News' Marci Gonzalez reports there have been seven snowstorms in seven weeks.
3:00 | 02/14/14

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It is snowing again here in New York City by the way that -- people in the eastern United States are saying that saying enough already. There have been seven snow storms in the seven weeks. And spring is still five weeks away. Snow is falling again in areas that have already seeing snow then rain even thundering lightening. It's already one of the -- -- -- winters on record with many cities already getting two to three times as much -- as they normally do. More than twenty deaths are blamed on this storm. In rural Virginia a snowplow driver was struck and killed by another plow -- in New York a small bulldozer clearing snow killed a pregnant woman loading groceries into her car. Her baby boy delivered by emergency caesarean is fighting for his life. Nearly seven. Thousand flights were canceled yesterday about one in five nationwide. I've had three flights canceled trying to get out we ratified at 9 AM this morning. Industry could -- 1110 an -- they looked at 710 tonight. More than a thousand more flights are already canceled today. The problems here snarling air traffic throughout the country and may -- many people's plans for this three day weekend in the deep south not used to this kind of weather at all more than half a million residents are spending the night in the dark and without heat we actually had a -- Around the corner -- -- -- as they say we probably won't have -- Saturday in the Raleigh, North Carolina area they are still digging out cars abandoned when the storm first hit Wednesday. And for many kids today will be another day without school and perhaps -- chance to try something they don't get to do very often. Can't forget the -- watch out on the roads and -- -- in dangerous out there this morning is meteorologist Jim Vick your right now with the latest from AccuWeather Jim up please tell us its over. Well close to over in many cities it is -- DC Baltimore Philadelphia. We're done the snow moving out as we speak from Philadelphia he CDC skies have cleared the New York City still on the couple hours -- snowfall. -- this area is back get this is the upper level support for the system this all has to move its way. Up the coast before we -- CDs and to especially. Northern New England will keep the snow in place at least through the morning hours of cities like Bangor Maine Burlington Vermont we're going -- -- and it's no at least until 10:11 AM and in some cases additional. Six to twelve inches on top what's already. On the ground -- storm totals many spots authority picked up a foot of snow again. Adding on of that especially -- to England. But still some heavy -- to come through these morning hours and then behind this unfortunately. Another storm system now there's nothing like the storm we just went through but it will bring some heavy snow -- -- that we would keep a close eye on this through the weekend. I can think -- -- AccuWeather thank you very much.

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