This weekend’s blizzard is the fourth that parts of the East Coast have experienced in January.
Two weeks ago, A strong winter storm has made landfall in the South there was sleet and ice before moving north on Monday and heavy snowfall over parts of the Northeast and Canada, where high winds made travel difficult.
On January 4, a blizzard caused hundreds of motorists to stuck along Interstate 95 near Fredericksburg, Va., just south of Washington for over 24 hours. The storm jammed trucks, students, families and commuters, including Tim Kaine, a low-ranking US senator from Virginia and a former Democratic candidate for vice president.
Flights and rail services from New York to Washington were also disrupted by that storm, leaving more than half a million customers without power and kill at least three people. In total, more than 14 inches of snow was recorded in Northern Virginia, while Washington reported more than 8 inches.
On January 6, one second, the weather system is less important passed through the Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern Countries, again creating hazardous driving conditions and disrupting air travel for thousands of people. The governors of New Jersey and Virginia declared a state of emergency ahead of the storm. Finally, a snowfall between 6 and 12 inches thick was reported from Tennessee to Maine, The National Weather Service said.
https://www.nytimes.com/2022/01/29/us/january-snowstorms.html This is the 4th storm to make landfall on the east coast this month