At least 25 dead, hundreds of thousands of people without electricity and a multi-car accident in Pennsylvania with 30 injured, was the result of a sustained winter storm on Friday that of covered snow and ice the east coast of United States.
Chris Vaccaro, spokesman for the National Weather Service said “thunderstorm with snow is just a reflection of how intense this frontal system has been and how much snow has fallen.”
The weatherman said that a new frontal system moved on Friday from the Great Plains of the United States and is expected to have up to 7 inches of snow on the coast during this weekend.
Several multi-truck accident and dozens of vehicles were completely paralyzed a part of the fast track of Pennsylvania on the outskirts of Philadelphia on Wednesday morning. In addition, more than 6,500 flights were canceled on Thursday across the country, and about 2,100 more on Friday.
While the Friday morning, the New York sky appeared clear, unlike the night before when there was intense snowfall with an unusual electrical storm in New Jersey.