The 11 states of snow

February 13, 2014

As of Thursday morning, the National Weather Service had issued winter storm warnings in 15 states up and down the Eastern seaboard. Parts of Georgia, Kentucky and the Carolinas got more than half a foot. Cherry Grove, W.Va., got as much as 19 inches as of 10 a.m., according to the NWS.

Here’s a look at photos and the highest total snowfalls — where applicable — in 11 states from Georgia up to Massachusetts (arranged from south to north):

Georgia

Highest total: Summerville, 9.8″


Miguel Anaya makes his way to work near Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta on Wednesday. (John Spink/EPA)

North Carolina

Highest total: Saluda, 15.0″


A truck driver plows snow off a street in Matthews, N.C., on Thursday. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)

West Virginia

Highest total: Cherry Grove, 19.0″

Virginia

Highest total: Winchester, 18.0″

Maryland

Highest total: Damascus, Frederick and Glyndon, 18.0″


Snow, ice and slush covered streets and sidewalks in Baltimore on Thursday. The storm was the biggest in Maryland in four years, prompting a state of emergency declaration by the governor. (AP Photo/Amanda Kell)

Pennsylvania


A morning commuter walks in a plowed road on Thursday in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

New Jersey

Highest total: Pittsgrove, 11.8″


John Wood, of Bordentown, N.J., clears snow as he delivers heating oil on Thursday. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)

New York

Highest total: Commack, 9.0″


People take photos in Times Square on Thursday. (Jason Szenes/EPA)

Connecticut

Highest total: Darien, 2.3″

Rhode Island

Massachusetts

Niraj Chokshi reports for GovBeat, The Post's state and local policy blog.
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