BOSTON, MA -
The nor'easter in our area heads to Canada next, but not before it dumped almost 2 feet of snow on a town just north of Boston overnight.
It stopped in our nation's capital by early morning, and in New York by late morning. Central Park was covered in 6 inches, while Boston was hit with 15".
While the snow has stopped, it leaves bitter cold in its wake. An HLN reporter stood outside in Chicago with a large thermometer reading -20°F.
Even the salt workers are putting down on the roads isn't working, because salt doesn't actually melt anything if it's below 20°F.
According to FlightAware.com, which tracks flight cancellations, more than 2,000 flights have been cancelled for Friday. For Thursday, more than 2,600 flights were cancelled.
It is estimated that 1 in 3 Americans are impacted by this storm, either in being covered by snow, or by travel.
6abc is forecasting just 4°F tonight for our area, the coldest temperature since January of 2009.
Make sure to tell us what it is like in your area!