ALERT Editor's note: Snowfall estimates for the major winter storm that's now moving over the Northeastern U.S. have been bumped back up to as much as 3 feet in areas off the Atlantic after having been revised down earlier this morning. The governors of New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts have declared states of emergency, and one was also in effect for parts of New York. In New York City, drivers were told to stay off the roads after midnight, and schools are closed tomorrow. Boston has shut its schools for the next two days, and said public transportation would shut at midnight. In the skies, roughly 6,000 flights have been cancelled through tomorrow. We will keep bringing you updates as the weather intensifies. – Tricia

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