PROVIDENCE, R.I. (November 28, 2013) The wet and blustery winter-like storm along the East Coast dumped as much as 9 inches of snow on parts of upstate New York, but it hasn't caused the gridlock many Thanksgiving travelers feared.
The storm made driving hazardous and tangled up hundreds of flights Wednesday, but many travelers marveled at how orderly and anxiety-free the airports were during what's typically one of the busiest travel days of the year.
The storm produced wind-driven rain along the Northeast's heavily populated Interstate 95 corridor from Richmond, Va., to the tip of Maine.
The National Weather Service says New York City received 2 1/2 inches of rain from a storm that produced wind gusts of about 50 miles per hour.
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