The storm brought blizzard conditions to parts of Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Nebraska and South Dakota.
Rescue crews in Durban, South Africa, spent nearly four hours trying to get the child out of the drain.
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Nearly 200,000 people were without electricity in Virginia and North Carolina on Sunday morning.
Over 1,600 flights had been canceled nationwide as of Sunday evening.
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Florence was downgraded to a Tropical Depression early Sunday but officials warned the storm remained potentially "catastrophic."
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh that the storm "seems like this one is going to be a big one.”
Up to 2 feet of snow accumulation was expected in some inland parts of New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, New Hampshire and Massachusetts and 18 inches was possible in Maine.
Thousands of people are still without power after the previous storm.
The nor'easter has caused serious flooding on the East Coast.
A combination of heavy rains, monthly extreme high tides and a wind-driven storm surge could combine to cause several feet of water to flow onto streets.
Last year, climate-linked disasters caused a record $306 billion in damage.
States of emergency were declared in Georgia, North Carolina and Louisiana due to the severe winter weather.