(CNN) - The Northeast is digging out from one snowstorm and getting ready for more.
Millions along the East Coast are digging out of Monday's record-breaking snowstorm.
"Snow is coming down faster than we can plow it," said New York Mayor Bill de Blasio.
The winter storm transformed New York's Central Park into a winter wonderland in just hours, setting a new daily record with 8 inches of the white stuff.
For thousands of travelers heading home from Sunday's Super Bowl, the airports were anything but a wonderland. More than 2,000 flights were canceled on Monday due to the storm.
Parts of New Jersey were pummelled with over 9 inches forcing Gov. Chris Christie to issue a state of emergency. Some in central New Jersey were blaming the Super Bowl for impacting their ability to battle the snow by taking more than its fair share of salt.
After the snowstorm tonight into Wednesday, the Northeast may not have much time to recover. More winter weather is on the way.
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