Transcript for Ice storm slams Northeast
that up. Here in the northeast there's another major snowstorm that's dropping. A live look at Boston and school is closed there this morning. The students have been out since last Wednesday and let's go to rob Marciano in gloucester, Massachusetts. When you have a gap in your teeth it's not so easy to say that. As you mentioned the entire northeast getting pounded on. The snow blowing sideways. Last night heavy, wet snow. Now turned colder and feels like needles in your face at times. Near blizzard conditions as this storm explodes. Just off this coast. This morning, snow, ice and wind combining for a crippling storm in parts of the northeast. It is a hazardous morning commute for millions of Americans. Dangerous black ice sending cars sliding across major roadways. In Hawthorne, New Jersey, a dramatic scene. A woman rescued from her sinking car before it sieves through the ice. Cars slowing to a crawl on frozen highways. Trouble at the airports. 6,000 flights delayed and 1300 more canceled. At Boston Logan, terminal C evacuated after police say a snow melting machine may have triggered the carbon monoxide alarm. Just miles away -- 228 bravo, we just went off the runway. Reporter: This plane sliding off the run the runway after a failed attempt to take off. This after a major storm hit a few days ago and another over the weekend. I was ready two weeks ago to never see another snowflake again. Schools closed again today, over 600 of them for a third straight day sending the school year well into June which seems like a distant memory as this winter makes a strong comeback. This snow will come to end later on today but the winds are going to crank up and expand and that's going to be a dangerous if not damaging situation throughout the day. Michael. All right, thank you, rob. Stay safe out there. Let's go to ginger who is on the west side highway right here in New York City. Also dangerous winds in the northeast, ginger. Oh that's exactly right, Michael. Overnight we've seen gusts up to 66 miles per hour. You can see white caps on the Hudson behind me. That that's when you know it's bad, 36 miles per hour the gust with my hand anemometer but so many folks, even roof damage and this from Washington, D.C. Where roofs were blown off after 40 to 60, close to 70-mile-per-hour winds came through. Those warnings stretch from Georgia up through Massachusetts. It not just here but 65-mile-per-hour gusts possible in bar harbor later on this afternoon. Michael, robin and George. That is blowing right there. We move on to the latest on president trump. His first major foreign policy challenge this weekend when
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