Blizzard Of 2016: From Washington To Baltimore And Beyond

Broadway turned the stage lights back on, rail service was expected to resume in New York and Washington, D.C., and emergency travel bans were lifted Sunday following a historic snowstorm that dumped 2 feet or more in some areas.

A portion of the Pennsylvania Turnpike where more than 500 cars, trucks and buses had been stranded also had reopened by late afternoon. Tens of millions of people, meanwhile, have watched a video of one of the Smithsonian National Zoo’s four pandas enjoying the snow.

On a more somber note, the death toll blamed on the storm is approaching 30. The latest official stats, plus the status of major cities along the coast affected by the storm.

ABC’s Aaron Katersky joined us from New York.