A look at the brutal ‘bomb cyclone’ snowstorm by the numbers

The monster “bomb cyclone” storm that battered the East Coast this week, shuttering schools and halting travel, brought gale-force winds to the Northeast and more snow in parts of the South than in nearly 30 years.

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Drivers make their way along the flooded Beach Road after the ocean overtopped the seawall during a winter snowstorm in the Boston suburb of Lynn, Mass., Jan. 4, 2018.
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A group of men help a motorist after his vehicle was stuck in the snow near Asbury Park boardwalk during a snowstorm, Jan. 4, 2018, in Asbury Park, N.J.

Here’s a closer look at the storm by the numbers:

Snow totals

Tallahassee, Florida: 0.1 inches — the most snow since 1989 when the city had 0.9 inches

Savannah, Georgia: 1.2 inches — the most snow since 1989 when the city had 3.2 inches

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Snow accumulates on plants in Savannah, Ga., Jan. 3, 2017.
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Ice forms on the water fountain in Forsyth Park, Jan. 4, 2018 in Savannah, Ga.

Charleston, South Carolina: 5.3 inches — the most snow since 1989 when the city had 6 inches

Summerville, South Carolina: 7.3 inches

Rockyhock, North Carolina: 12 inches

Ocean City, Maryland: 11 inches

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Cars buried in a snow drift during a storm, Jan. 4, 2018 in Ocean City, Md.

Philadelphia: 4.1 inches

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People play ice hockey on a frozen pond at Franklin Delano Roosevelt Park during a winter storm, Jan. 4, 2018, in Philadelphia.

Bayville, New Jersey: 18 inches

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Thom Meyers trudges through snow covered streets with a cane, Jan. 4, 2018 in Atlantic City, N.J.

Staffordville, Connecticut: 16 inches

Terryville, New York: 16.4 inches

Central Park in New York City: 9.8 inches — the new daily record

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A man walks in the snow next to Central Park along 5th avenue in New York City, Jan.4, 2018.

Queens in New York City: up to 13.6 inches

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The desolate departures area at JetBlue, terminal five, at John F. Kennedy International Airport, Jan. 4, 2018 in the Queens borough of New York City.

Logan International Airport in Boston: 13.2 inches — the new daily record

Bangor, Maine: up to 18.3 inches

Strong wind gusts

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