28 people died in one of the worst weather-related disasters to hit western New York.

Buffalo residents gathered around space heaters

The National Weather Service said the snow total at Buffalo Niagara International Airport stood at 49.2 inches at 10 a.m. Monday.

People hunted for cars buried in snow drifts and looked for more victims Monday

Up to 9 more inches of snow could fall in some areas of western New York through Tuesday

Scientists said that the warming Earth may have contributed to the intensity of the storm

That’s because the atmosphere can carry more water vapor, which acts as fuel

Airports all across the United States were suffering from cancellations and delays

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