Heavy snow to continue into tomorrow in parts of the Northeast

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — One man shoveling the sidewalk outside the legislative building in Concord, N.H., says he expects to be at it all day, just trying to keep up with the snow that's falling.

There's already a foot of snow on the ground in some locations, after the storm pushed its way through the upper Ohio Valley and into the Northeast.

The East Coast's largest cities -- New York, Philadelphia and Boston -- are seeing mostly high winds and rain.

Forecasters say the heaviest snowfall will be in northern Pennsylvania, upstate New York and inland sections of several New England states before the storm heads to Canada tomorrow morning.

Thousands of travelers are trying to make it home today, after the storm stranded them at airports or at relatives' homes.

Some inbound flights were delayed today in Philadelphia and New York, but the wet and windy weather isn't leading to delays elsewhere.

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120-a-09-(Jeff Adams, storm monitor, Connecticut Department of Transportation, in AP interview)-"across the state"-Jeff Adams, with the Connecticut Department of Transportation says most of the snow on the roadways has melted. (27 Dec 2012)

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115-r-01-(Sound of motorist scraping snow off car, in Westchester County, New York)--Sound of motorist scraping snow off car, in Westchester County, New York. COURTESY: WABC TV ((mandatory on-air credit)) (27 Dec 2012)

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121-a-11-(Jeff Adams, storm monitor, Connecticut Department of Transportation, in AP interview)-"no ponding issues"-Jeff Adams, with the Connecticut Department of Transportation, says road crews are still clearing away the slush from the nighttime snowfall. (27 Dec 2012)

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GRAPHICSBANK: Traffic on Interstate 65 during snowstorm, Indianapolis, Indiana, on texture, partial graphic (26 Dec 2012)

APPHOTO MAWOT101: In this Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2012 photo, a man talks on his cellphone, as he walks along Main Street during a snowstorm late Wednesday night. The winter storm brought snow to inland parts of the Northeast and driving rain and wind to areas along the coast Thursday, a day after it swept through the nation's middle, dumping a record snowfall in Arkansas and wrecking post-holiday plans for thousands of travelers. (AP Photo/The Telegram & Gazette, Steve Lanava) (27 Dec 2012)

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APPHOTO NJJC104: People sit near their luggage at Newark Liberty International Airport, Thursday, Dec. 27, 2012 in Newark, N.J. An overnight storm caused some delays at the airport. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez) (27 Dec 2012)

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