A powerful snowstorm continues to slow down freight flows Tuesday across the Northeast.
The storm started Sunday afternoon and has dumped around 12 inches of snowfall in some major cities, like New York. Other areas have seen more than 24 inches — and the snow is still coming down.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared a state of emergency late Monday morning for New York City, as well as areas throughout the Hudson Valley, restricting or banning tractor-trailers from certain roads. Leaders from other states followed suit. Details are available at the following links: New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Connecticut.