- NYC lifts travel ban, subways back Tuesday morning
- 30-feet seas reported along Massachusetts coast
- Boston mayor: ‘Main bulk hitting us right now’
- Eight states under emergency declarations
Coastal New England was battered Tuesday by a blizzard of blinding snow, ferocious waves and winds that topped hurricane speed, and city streets in Boston were empty of all but snowplows.
New York City and New Jersey lifted travel bans, and Gov. Andrew Cuomo said subways and buses in the nation’s largest city would roll again later in the morning. But major airports in the Northeast were still deserted after more than 7,700 flights were canceled.