2010 -- out like a lion??? ...as far as weather goes, at least.
Shutting down a huge portion of the East Coast.
New York City - left paralyzed.
Fox's Todd Starnes - hoofed it - to work yesterday.
"I'm actually walking through it right now - and this is almost next to impossible. But this is the only way - the ONLY way - to get to work today."
Today - he spent some time speaking to Steve Leader and Rebecca Marshall at KXL in Portland, OR - about his snowy adventure yesterday and New York's handling of the storm:
"It's not like this is the first time we've had a blizzard. But for some reason the city just wasn't - it just seems like they weren't all that prepared for what happened. And - as a result - many roads still are not plowed - I still have 3' snow drifts on my street in Brooklyn."
As for travelers this holiday weekend... well:
<MIKE MILLER WIMA> "Travel Expert and Co-Founder of Getaroom.com's David Litman knows full well that its been more than cold in the East - it's been seriously snowing - right David?"
<DAVID LITMAN> "That's right, Mike. So I have a number for you. It's 8,000. 8,000 is the number of canceled flights over the last 3 days along the East Coast. And if you consider that there's 100 people on every flight - that's 800,000 people that are left stranded somewhere along the East Coast."
That was Litman - speaking with Mike Miller at WIMA in Lima, OH.
The three major New York area airports have reopened for business but despite that - it will still be several days before stranded travelers reach their travel destinations.
I'm Jessica Curtis, and that's your talk radio buzz, from Fox News Radio.