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Grab your sleighs: Thousands of Santas brave Winter Storm Benji on the streets of New York City – after a 2,000-mile-long blanket leaves 400,000 without power in the South
- Revelers braved the snow for New York City’s annual pub crawl SantaCon on Saturday
- Winter Storm Benji traveled through the Northeast dumping 4.4 inches of snow on New York’s LaGuardia airport by Saturday evening
- Three to five inches of snow has been reported in southern New England and on Long Island
- Saturday night the snow will taper off from the Hudson Valley of New York and New Jersey south and west
- Moderate to locally heavy snow will continue in New England all night, according to The Weather Channel
- Benji has dropped snow 2,000 miles from Texas to New England leaving over 400,000 customers without power in parts of the South
Revelers braved the snow brought by Winter Storm Benji for New York City’s annual pub crawl SantaCon on Saturday.
Thousands took to the street as the white stuff blanketed the Big Apple and Northeast. New York’s LaGuardia airport reported 4.4 inches of snow.
Saturday evening snow was falling throughout New England and parts of the Northeast.
According to The Weather Channel three to five inches of snow has been reported in southern New England and on Long Island, including five inches near Mansfield, Connecticut. Boston’s Logan Airport got 4.3 inches of snow.
In parts of Maine and New Hampshire between two to six inches of snow fell, in Philadelphia 3.3 inches of snow was recorded with eight inches in…Read More