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Snowstorm Jonas Sweeps the Northeast: Photos

Snowstorm Jonas hits the Northeast, leaving a blanket of white in its wake. See photos.

Jan 24, 2016 8:00 AM ET // BY DISCOVERY NEWS

Corbis A pedestrian in Baltimore, Md. walks under snowy Jonas.

Winter storm Jonas swept up the Northeast, leaving a deep wake of white in its path.

The storm buried a large swathe of the Northeast urban corridor with more than 2 feet of snow from the Washington, D.C. area to New York City, where 30.2 inches fell at JFK Airport. The At least 14 states received more than a foot of snow from the storm. The most snow appears to have fallen near Glengary, West Virginia, where 40 inches was recorded, according to the National Weather Service.

All of the lingering snow associated with Winter Storm Jonas moved off the Atlantic coast before sunrise Sunday, leaving clearing skies for the day. Perfect conditions sledding.

People took to Twitter to share their views from the northeast (and space!) of Jonas' winter wonder. Scroll down below to see images of the storm that social media users are calling #Snowzilla:

Can hardly see our chaise lounges anymore!

Tian Tian woke up this morning to a lot of snow, and he was pretty excited about it. 🐼🌨

Snowy Brooklyn morning!

Thundersnow seen & heard around our nation's capital. Follow live updates on #Snowzilla

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Photos captured by photojournalist Justin Skeens on I-75.