Winter Storm Cato left its footprint on about a dozen Northeast states and New England. It poured more than a foot of fresh snow in some areas while leaving hundreds upon thousands without power.
Some parts of West Virginia saw snowfalls as high as 20 inches after the winter storm. Virginia roads were a mess and delays at airports in Philadelphia and New York City were common as Thanksgiving travel reached its peak volume.
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An estimated 41.3million people plan to travel by car for Thanksgiving. Nearly half a million people were without power on Thursday morning as Thanksgiving began.
This page contains a collection images that show Cato’s wintry effects.