Sam Cramer, 7, dashes through the snow outside the New Jersey Transit Mountain Station in South Orange, N.J., on Thursday. With twisting winds and sideways gusts of snow, the first major snowstorm of the season lashed the New York area on Thursday, slowing commutes, shuttering schools and punishing those who stepped outside with weather that had charged from Florida up the East Coast.
Sam Cramer, 7, dashes through the snow outside the New Jersey Transit Mountain Station in South Orange, N.J., on Thursday. With twisting winds and sideways gusts of snow, the first major snowstorm of the season lashed the New York area on Thursday, slowing commutes, shuttering schools and punishing those who stepped outside with weather that had charged from Florida up the East Coast. RICK LOOMIS NYT
Sam Cramer, 7, dashes through the snow outside the New Jersey Transit Mountain Station in South Orange, N.J., on Thursday. With twisting winds and sideways gusts of snow, the first major snowstorm of the season lashed the New York area on Thursday, slowing commutes, shuttering schools and punishing those who stepped outside with weather that had charged from Florida up the East Coast. RICK LOOMIS NYT

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