As the adage goes, the month of March came in like a lion and left it’s bite across the northeast. Along the Atlantic coastline, a Nor’easter brought high winds, heavy rain and snow. “It’s been horrible. I been stuck on the side of the road since 9:30,” described one driver. At least 8 are dead, including a 6-year-old boy in Virginia who died when a tree fell into the family home. Another Virginian died when a tree crashed

into his vehicle. Virginia Governor Ralph Northam has declared a state of emergency there. Even in Washington DC, downed trees and power lines litter the streets. Famous structures like the National Cathedral are closed due to the high winds. The storms even toppled the media canopy’s at the White House’s famous Pebble Beach. READ MORE