The North American blizzard of 2010, also known as the Great February Blizzard, was a winter storm and severe weather event that tracked from California through northern Mexico, the American Southwest, the Midwest, Southeast, and Mid-Atlantic regions. The storm created historic snowfall totals in the Middle Atlantic states, rivaling the Knickerbocker Storm of 1922, as well as extensive flooding and landslides in Mexico. The blizzard stretched from Mexico and New Mexico to New Jersey, causing deaths in Mexico, New Mexico, Maryland and Virginia.
Some places across Eastern West Virginia, Maryland, Northern Virginia, Washington, D.C., Delaware, Southeastern Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey received between 2 feet (0.61 m) and 3 feet (0.91 m) of snow, and air, rail, and Interstate highway travel came to a halt.
According to the National Weather Service, in the Baltimore, MD region, snowfall totals exceeded 30 inches in many areas. Localized reports include 38.3 inches in Elkridge, MD, 30.2 inches in Ellicott City, MD, 32.9 inches in Laurel, MD, 33.8 inches in Columbia, MD, 28.0 inches in Baltimore City, 28.6 inches at BWI.
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