(NBCNC) - The deadly storm that brought as much as three feet of snow to some areas of the Northeast is gone, but the clean up is just getting started.
Road and power crews spread out across the region on Sunday.
The blizzard dumped more than three feet of snow in some areas and pushed icy water over coastal seawalls.
More than 200,000 residents were still without power Sunday evening.
The region's airports and train stations hope to be back to capacity by Monday.
Flights have resumed at New York's Laguardia and Boston's Logan Airport.
Still, New Englanders can't breathe easy yet. Forecasters warn another storm system could bring ice and freezing rain to the region in the coming days.