After a deadly weekend, in which at least five people were killed due to weather, the storm should finally wind down later Monday.
NEW YORK — Wild weather continued to pound much of the eastern U.S. on Monday, with flood warnings issued in New York City and other locations.
Flood watches and warnings remained in place across several states, all the way from West Virginia to New Hampshire
Meanwhile, residents of the upper Midwest were digging out from a record-breaking spring snowstorm that pounded the Dakotas, Minnesota and Wisconsin with up to 2 feet of snow. One man in Milwaukee suffered a heart attack and died while shoveling snow.
In Massachusetts, the Boston Marathon was run in miserably cold and raw conditions, with wind-driven rain and temperatures in the low 40s.