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(Bloomberg) — New York, Washington and the U.S. Mid- Atlantic on Sunday shoveled away more than two feet of snow from a blizzard that brought the region to a standstill, grounded more than 13,000 flights, cut power for several hundred thousand customers, and was blamed for at least 18 deaths.

Highways and roads around New York City opened at 7 a.m. Sunday and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority began modified subway and bus service, according to a website status report. Service on outdoor rail lines in New York City will resume at 9 a.m., New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said in a statement on his website. Limited flights were scheduled to resume Sunday at New York’s three major airports.

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