The great blizzard of December 2010 is winding down today (Dec. 27), and a new satellite image shows the powerful storm from space.
The powerful low-pressure system brought blizzard conditions from northern
New Jersey to Maine over Christmas weekend. The GOES-13 satellite
captured an image of the storm's center off the Massachusetts coast and also shows the snowfall left behind.
As of 1:30 p.m. EST, all blizzard warnings were canceled as the low has pulled much of its snow and rain away from land areas and into the North Atlantic Ocean, according to NASA. Winds behind the system are now causing more problems for residents along the U.S. East coast. Gusts were recorded as high as 80 mph.
Snowfall ranged from 1.5 inches in Atlanta to more than 1 foot in parts of New Jersey, New York and the New England states. [Snowfall Totals]