(NBC News) The Blizzard of 2015 is officially one for the record books.
From Connecticut to Maine, heavy snow and high winds blasted the region, closing schools and businesses, shutting down roads and canceling thousands of flights.
Worcester, Massachusetts saw their biggest ever snowfall, 34 and a half inches, while the south shore of Massachusetts and Nantucket island took a beating from winds near hurricane speed and high waves which rocked the sea walls.
At the Northeast’s major airports, stranded air travelers are finally seeing some signs of hope, as airlines slowly get back in the air.
Nearly 8,000 flights were canceled because of the blizzard.
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