There are many people bundled up reminescing about the warm weather just weeks ago after a winter storm dropped more than 30 inches of snow over much of the east coast. 

At least 25 people have died as a result from the storm.

Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said her city had experienced a "historic snow event" and said city workers were working as fast as possible to get roads and services going again. She warned residents to say home unless it was absolutely necessary to get out.

As of early Sunday morning, more than 74,000 customers were still without power as a result of the storm, most of them in North Carolina. 8,569 flights were canceled on Saturday and Sunday.

A travel ban was in effect on all roads in New York City and Long Island on Saturday, but was lifted at 7 a.m. Sunday.

All roads, bridges, tunnels and airports had reopened. Trains are running on a modified schedule, with the exception of the Long Island Rail Road, which needs to repair yards and get trains and stations ready for passengers.

Published by Jimm Morgan