Blizzard Slams Northeast

Blizzards have strained public services and government operations in Washington D.C. since Monday, reports the BBC.
Winds have been recorded gusting up to 60 mph by the National Weather Service.
Plowing operations have been suspended due to hazardous conditions in the nation's capital.
Government offices remain closed for the third day, and the House of Representatives has canceled all votes this week.
Nearby Baltimore is expected to receive more than 20 inches of snow. According to the New York Times, the average yearly snowfall there is 18 inches of snow a year. The city has banned all public traffic on roadways, the BBC reports.

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