Frigid monster storm across US claims at least 34 lives

Dec 24, 2022, 11:07 PM | Updated: Dec 25, 2022, 4:34 pm
High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  ...

High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022. Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)

(WKBW via AP)

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Millions of people hunkered down against a deep freeze Sunday to ride out the winter storm that has killed at least 34 people across the United States and is expected to claim more lives after trapping some residents inside houses with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to tens of thousands of homes and businesses.

The scope of the storm has been nearly unprecedented, stretching from the Great Lakes near Canada to the Rio Grande along the border with Mexico. About 60% of the U.S. population faced some sort of winter weather advisory or warning, and temperatures plummeted drastically below normal from east of the Rocky Mountains to the Appalachians, the National Weather Service said.

Travelers’ weather woes are likely to continue, with hundreds of flight cancellations already and more expected after a bomb cyclone — when atmospheric pressure drops very quickly in a strong storm — developed near the Great Lakes, stirring up blizzard conditions, including heavy winds and snow. Some 1,707 domestic and international flights were canceled on Sunday as of about 2 p.m. EDT, according to the tracking site FlightAware.

The storm unleashed its full fury on Buffalo, with hurricane-force winds and snow causing whiteout conditions, paralyzing emergency response efforts. New York Gov. Kathy Hochul said almost every fire truck in the city was stranded Saturday and implored people Sunday to respect an ongoing driving ban in the region. Officials said the airport would be shut through Tuesday morning. The National Weather Service said the snow total at the Buffalo Niagara International Airport stood at 43 inches (109 centimeters) at 7 a.m. Sunday.

Daylight revealed cars nearly covered by 6-foot snowdrifts and thousands of houses, some adorned in unlit holiday displays, dark from a lack of power. With snow swirling down untouched and impassable streets, forecasters warned that an additional 1 to 2 feet of snow was possible in some areas through early Monday morning amid wind gusts of 40 mph. Police said Sunday evening that there were two “isolated” instances of looting during the storm.

Two people died in their suburban Cheektowaga, New York, homes Friday when emergency crews could not reach them in time to treat their medical conditions. County Executive Mark Poloncarz 10 more people died in Erie County during the storm, including six in Buffalo, and warned there may be more dead.

“Some were found in cars, some were found on the street in snowbanks,” said Poloncarz. “We know there are people who have been stuck in cars for more than 2 days.”

Freezing conditions and day-old power outages had Buffalonians scrambling to get to anywhere that had heat amid what Hochul called the longest sustained blizzard conditions ever in the city. But with streets under a thick blanket of white, that wasn’t an option for people like Jeremy Manahan, who charged his phone in his parked car after almost 29 hours without electricity.

“There’s one warming shelter, but that would be too far for me to get to. I can’t drive, obviously, because I’m stuck,” Manahan said. “And you can’t be outside for more than 10 minutes without getting frostbit.”

Ditjak Ilunga of Gaithersburg, Maryland, was on his way to visit relatives in Hamilton, Ontario, for Christmas with his daughters Friday when their SUV was trapped in Buffalo. Unable to get help, they spent hours with the engine running, buffeted by wind and nearly buried in snow.

By 4 a.m. Saturday, their fuel nearly gone, Ilunga made a desperate choice to risk the howling storm to reach a nearby shelter. He carried 6-year-old Destiny on his back while 16-year-old Cindy clutched their Pomeranian puppy, following his footprints through drifts.

“If I stay in this car I’m going to die here with my kids,” Ilunga recalled thinking. He cried when the family walked through the shelter doors. “It’s something I will never forget in my life.”

The storm knocked out power in communities from Maine to Seattle. But heat and lights were steadily being restored across the U.S. According to poweroutage.us, less than 200,000 customers were without power Sunday at 3 p.m. EDT — down from a peak of 1.7 million.

Concerns about rolling blackouts across eastern states subsided Sunday after PJM Interconnection said its utilities could meet the day’s peak electricity demand. The mid-Atlantic grid operator had called for its 65 million consumers to conserve energy amid the freeze Saturday.

In North Carolina, less than 6,500 customers had no power — down from a peak of 485,000. Across New England, power has been restored to tens of thousands with just under 83,000 people, mostly in Maine, still without it. In New York, about 34,000 households were still without power Sunday, including 26,000 in Erie County, where utility crews and hundreds of National Guard troops battled high winds and struggled with getting stuck in the snow.

Storm-related deaths were reported in recent days all over the country: 12 in Erie County, New York, ranging in age from 26 to 93 years old, and another in Niagara County where a 27-year-old man was overcome by carbon monoxide after snow blocked his furnace; 10 in Ohio, including an electrocuted utility worker and those killed in multiple car crashes; six motorists killed in crashes in Missouri, Kansas and Kentucky; a Vermont woman struck by a falling branch; an apparently homeless man found amid Colorado’s subzero temperatures; and a woman who fell through Wisconsin river ice.

In Jackson, Mississippi, city officials on Christmas Day announced that residents must now boil their drinking water due to water lines bursting in the frigid temperatures

In Buffalo, William Kless was up at 3 a.m. Sunday. He called his three children at their mother’s house to wish them Merry Christmas and then headed off on his snowmobile for a second day spent shuttling people from stuck cars and frigid homes to a church operating as a warming shelter.

Through heavy, wind-driven snow, he brought about 15 people to the church in Buffalo on Saturday, he said, including a family of five transported one-by-one. He also got a man in need of dialysis, who had spent 17 hours stranded in his car, back home, where he could receive treatment.

“I just felt like I had to,” Kless said.

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Bleiberg reported from Dallas. Associated Press journalist Mike Schneider in Orlando, Florida; Stefanie Dazio in Los Angeles; Jonathan Mattise in Charleston, West Virginia; Ron Todt in Philadelphia; John Raby in Charleston, West Virginia; Marc Levy in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Jeff Martin in Atlanta; and Wilson Ring in Stowe, Vermont, contributed to this report.

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              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              A car sits blanketed in snow on a driveway, Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022, in Amherst, N.Y. Millions of people hunkered down against a deep freeze Sunday morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 24 people across the United States and is expected to claim more lives after trapping some residents inside houses with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (AP Photo/Delia Thompson)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              A car sits blanketed in snow on a driveway, Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022, in Amherst, N.Y. Millions of people hunkered down against a deep freeze Sunday morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 24 people across the United States and is expected to claim more lives after trapping some residents inside houses with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (AP Photo/Delia Thompson)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              A car sits blanketed in snow on a driveway, Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022, in Amherst, N.Y. Millions of people hunkered down against a deep freeze Sunday morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 24 people across the United States and is expected to claim more lives after trapping some residents inside houses with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (AP Photo/Delia Thompson)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              A car sits blanketed in snow on a driveway, Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022, in Amherst, N.Y. Millions of people hunkered down against a deep freeze Sunday morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 24 people across the United States and is expected to claim more lives after trapping some residents inside houses with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (AP Photo/Delia Thompson)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              A car sits blanketed in snow on a driveway, Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022, in Amherst, N.Y. Millions of people hunkered down against a deep freeze Sunday morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 24 people across the United States and is expected to claim more lives after trapping some residents inside houses with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (AP Photo/Delia Thompson)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              A car sits blanketed in snow on a driveway, Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022, in Amherst, N.Y. Millions of people hunkered down against a deep freeze Sunday morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 24 people across the United States and is expected to claim more lives after trapping some residents inside houses with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (AP Photo/Delia Thompson)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              A car sits blanketed in snow on a driveway, Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022, in Amherst, N.Y. Millions of people hunkered down against a deep freeze Sunday morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 24 people across the United States and is expected to claim more lives after trapping some residents inside houses with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (AP Photo/Delia Thompson)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              A car sits blanketed in snow on a driveway, Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022, in Amherst, N.Y. Millions of people hunkered down against a deep freeze Sunday morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 24 people across the United States and is expected to claim more lives after trapping some residents inside houses with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (AP Photo/Delia Thompson)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              A car sits blanketed in snow on a driveway, Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022, in Amherst, N.Y. Millions of people hunkered down against a deep freeze Sunday morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 24 people across the United States and is expected to claim more lives after trapping some residents inside houses with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (AP Photo/Delia Thompson)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              A car sits blanketed in snow on a driveway, Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022, in Amherst, N.Y. Millions of people hunkered down against a deep freeze Sunday morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 24 people across the United States and is expected to claim more lives after trapping some residents inside houses with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (AP Photo/Delia Thompson)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              A car sits blanketed in snow on a driveway, Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022, in Amherst, N.Y. Millions of people hunkered down against a deep freeze Sunday morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 24 people across the United States and is expected to claim more lives after trapping some residents inside houses with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (AP Photo/Delia Thompson)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              A car sits blanketed in snow on a driveway, Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022, in Amherst, N.Y. Millions of people hunkered down against a deep freeze Sunday morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 24 people across the United States and is expected to claim more lives after trapping some residents inside houses with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (AP Photo/Delia Thompson)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              A car sits blanketed in snow on a driveway, Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022, in Amherst, N.Y. Millions of people hunkered down against a deep freeze Sunday morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 24 people across the United States and is expected to claim more lives after trapping some residents inside houses with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (AP Photo/Delia Thompson)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              A car sits blanketed in snow on a driveway, Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022, in Amherst, N.Y. Millions of people hunkered down against a deep freeze Sunday morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 24 people across the United States and is expected to claim more lives after trapping some residents inside houses with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (AP Photo/Delia Thompson)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              A car sits blanketed in snow on a driveway, Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022, in Amherst, N.Y. Millions of people hunkered down against a deep freeze Sunday morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 24 people across the United States and is expected to claim more lives after trapping some residents inside houses with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (AP Photo/Delia Thompson)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              A car sits blanketed in snow on a driveway, Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022, in Amherst, N.Y. Millions of people hunkered down against a deep freeze Sunday morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 24 people across the United States and is expected to claim more lives after trapping some residents inside houses with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (AP Photo/Delia Thompson)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              A car sits blanketed in snow on a driveway, Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022, in Amherst, N.Y. Millions of people hunkered down against a deep freeze Sunday morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 24 people across the United States and is expected to claim more lives after trapping some residents inside houses with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (AP Photo/Delia Thompson)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              A car sits blanketed in snow on a driveway, Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022, in Amherst, N.Y. Millions of people hunkered down against a deep freeze Sunday morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 24 people across the United States and is expected to claim more lives after trapping some residents inside houses with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (AP Photo/Delia Thompson)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              A car sits blanketed in snow on a driveway, Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022, in Amherst, N.Y. Millions of people hunkered down against a deep freeze Sunday morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 24 people across the United States and is expected to claim more lives after trapping some residents inside houses with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (AP Photo/Delia Thompson)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              A car sits blanketed in snow on a driveway, Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022, in Amherst, N.Y. Millions of people hunkered down against a deep freeze Sunday morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 24 people across the United States and is expected to claim more lives after trapping some residents inside houses with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (AP Photo/Delia Thompson)
            
              Icicles hang from ornamental plants at sunrise Saturday, Dec. 24, 2022, in Plant City, Fla. Farmers spray their crops with sprinklers to help protect them. Temperatures overnight dipped into the mid-20's. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)
            
              Icicles cling to strawberry plants at a field Saturday, Dec. 24, 2022, in Plant City, Fla. Farmers spray their crops with sprinklers to help protect them from the damaging freeze. Temperatures overnight in the area dipped into the mid-20's. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)
            
              Icicles cling to strawberry plants as new fruit grows at a field Saturday, Dec. 24, 2022, in Plant City, Fla. Farmers spray their crops with sprinklers to help protect them from the damaging freeze. Temperatures overnight in the area dipped into the mid-20's. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)
            
              Icicles hang from ornamental plants at sunrise Saturday, Dec. 24, 2022, in Plant City, Fla. Farmers spray their crops with sprinklers to help protect them. Temperatures overnight dipped into the mid-20's. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              A car sits blanketed in snow on a driveway, Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022, in Amherst, N.Y. Millions of people hunkered down against a deep freeze Sunday morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 24 people across the United States and is expected to claim more lives after trapping some residents inside houses with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (AP Photo/Delia Thompson)
            
              Icicles hang from ornamental plants at sunrise Saturday, Dec. 24, 2022, in Plant City, Fla. Farmers spray their crops with sprinklers to help protect them. Temperatures overnight dipped into the mid-20's. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)
            
              Icicles cling to strawberry plants at a field Saturday, Dec. 24, 2022, in Plant City, Fla. Farmers spray their crops with sprinklers to help protect them from the damaging freeze. Temperatures overnight in the area dipped into the mid-20's. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)
            
              Icicles cling to strawberry plants as new fruit grows at a field Saturday, Dec. 24, 2022, in Plant City, Fla. Farmers spray their crops with sprinklers to help protect them from the damaging freeze. Temperatures overnight in the area dipped into the mid-20's. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)
            
              Icicles hang from ornamental plants at sunrise Saturday, Dec. 24, 2022, in Plant City, Fla. Farmers spray their crops with sprinklers to help protect them. Temperatures overnight dipped into the mid-20's. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. early Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              High winds and snow covers the streets and vehicles in Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022.  Millions of people hunkered down in a deep freeze overnight and early morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 20 people across the United States, trapping some residents inside homes with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (WKBW via AP)
            
              A car sits blanketed in snow on a driveway, Sunday, Dec. 25, 2022, in Amherst, N.Y. Millions of people hunkered down against a deep freeze Sunday morning to ride out the frigid storm that has killed at least 24 people across the United States and is expected to claim more lives after trapping some residents inside houses with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to several hundred thousand homes and businesses. (AP Photo/Delia Thompson)

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Europe bans Russian diesel, other oil products over Ukraine

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It wasn’t me: Ex-UK PM Truss blames ‘system’ for her failure

LONDON (AP) — Former British Prime Minister Liz Truss says her failure wasn’t her fault. Truss on Sunday blamed a “powerful economic establishment” and internal Conservative Party opposition for the rapid collapse of her government, and said she still believes her tax-cutting policies were the right ones. Britain’s shortest-serving prime minister resigned in October, six […]
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EU migration impasse leaves many refugees out in the cold

BRUSSELS (AP) — Some refugees and asylum-seekers in Brussels have been spending months in between the Street of Palaces and the Small Castle — quite literally. Unfortunately, it’s not a dream come true at the end of their fearful flight from halfway across the globe. It’s a perpetual nightmare. Petit Chateau, which means small castle, […]
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Items are displayed in the "Boutique" at the Insight Women's Center, where clients can find clothes...
Associated Press

US states take control of abortion debate with funding focus

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Though the Insight Women’s Center sits at the epicenter of a reinvigorated battle in the nation’s culture wars, the only hint of its faith-based mission to dissuade people from getting abortions is the jazzy, piano rendition of “Jesus Loves Me” playing in a waiting room. The Republican-controlled Kansas Legislature is considering […]
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India’s G-20 energy meet to balance renewables, fossil fuels

BENGALURU, India (AP) — Over 500 energy industry heavyweights and 30,000 participants will descend on the southern Indian city of Bengaluru on Monday to discuss the future of renewables and fossil fuels at India Energy Week — the first big ticket event of the country’s presidency of the Group of 20 leading economies. Speakers, including […]
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