Superstorm Sandy sparks snowfall in several U.S. states
Wednesday, October 31, 2012 - 00:57
Oct. 31 - Fallout from Sandy continues with heavy snowfall in several U.S. states. Travis Brecher reports.
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As the United States' eastern seaboard struggles with epic flooding and massive power outages courtesy of 'superstorm' Sandy, many areas further inland are getting an early taste of winter.
Here in West Virginia a blizzard warning remains in effect, with at least two feet of snow already on the ground.
And in the mountains of North Carolina over a foot of snow was expected in some areas.
At a time when the leaves are normally just beginning to fall, Sandy also had parts of Kentucky and southwestern Virginia looking like a winter wonderland.
Sandy crashed ashore with hurricane-force winds in New Jersey on Monday night.
With at least 30 people killed in the United States, she's the biggest storm on record ever to hit the mainland.
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