US Snow storm

Air traffic on the east coast of the United States had returned to normal Sunday after heavy snowfall, historic season, which killed three people and knocked out power three million homes.
USA snow storm killed eight people
This snow storm "early historical" according to the meteorological services, has wreaked havoc in the air, on the road and on track from Washington to Boston.

Airports in New Jersey, New York and Massachusetts, which recorded an average Saturday six hours late, had resumed normal traffic Sunday morning.

Rail traffic, however, still recorded delays or cancellations, due to falling trees on the tracks and signaling problems on this dense network of north-east coast U.S..

On average, 30 inches of snow fell in parts of Pennsylvania, Connecticut and New Jersey, authorities said.

A Manhattan, 7.3 inches of snow were recorded in Central Park Saturday, a record for the meteorologist Kristina Pydynowski. She said we must go back to 1869 to find snow in October in the heart of the Big Apple.

Massive power outage

Three million households had no electricity Sunday morning, the Connecticut recording a record 740,000 homes without electricity. Same thing in Massachusetts with 660 000 homes in the dark and in New Jersey, where a state of emergency was declared, half a million homes suffered power cuts.