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Another Record Storm Buries Northeast   

19 inches in New York City


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28 Jan 11 - Yet another winter storm dumped more than a foot of snow on the Northeast early Thursday, closing airports and schools, stranding commuters and shattering January records.

According to this is already the snowiest January on record for New York City, Boston and Hartford ... with still more snow on the way.

The storm knocked out power to half a million people in and around Washington, though it reserved its heaviest snowfall for New York City and the surrounding area.

A record 19 inches of heavy, wet snow fell on Central Park, only an inch less than the 20 inches that paralyzed the city a month ago, according to the National Weather Service. (Normal snowfall for Central Park is 21 inches for the entire season.) Parts of Connecticut and New Jersey received nearly as much, and snowfalls totaled at least a foot from Boston to Philadelphia.

The overnight storms broke January snowfall records for Central Park, Newark, LaGuardia Airport, Bridgeport and Islip, the Weather Service said Thursday morning.

Other regions in New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts and Connecticut received up to 19 inches of snow.

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