New Jersey was hit by another storm. Including new York, Boston and Philadelphia public schools are closed. In new Jersey, the state's Governor Chris Christie also announced that government offices will be closed for all employees.
The storm is moving North through New England. A dozen States, from West Virginia to Maine, are influenced by winter weather. In some places it may drop more than foot of snow. "Do not be deceived by the warm weather," said Commissioner of emergency situations Joseph Esposito.
The national weather service also warns that the storm creates dangerous driving conditions from Philadelphia to Boston, a more than 300-mile stretch in the North-East. Officials say people to travel only in special cases.
Winter storm cuts off the movement and paralyzing airports. More than 2,700 flights in the US have been cancelled, according to FlightAware.com. More than 500 flights were canceled at the airport named after John F. Kennedy. At least half of the flights to and from new York and more than 60% in Boston.
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