PHILADELPHIA (AP) Parts of Pennsylvania are digging out from under nearly two feet of snow, and there's even more than that in some areas of upstate New York.
The latest round of wintry weather began overnight in some places -- just in time to delay tens of thousands of deliveries of Valentine's Day flowers.
Snow, sleet and rain fell on roads that were already covered in many parts of the Northeast with deep puddles and icy patches.
The number of homes and businesses without power has dropped to about 440,000 -- mostly in South Carolina and Georgia.
At least 21 people died as the result of the wintry weather.
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