Winter Storm Janus has delivered a fast-moving but disruptive burst of snow to the heavily populated and traveled I-95 corridor from Virginia to New England.

More than a foot of snow has been reported in Philadelphia (13.5 inches), Manalapan, N.J. (15.8 inches) and South Weymouth, Mass. (15.5 inches). New York City has seen 11 inches from Janus. For a full list of snowfall reports from Winter Storm Janus, click here.

The low-pressure center associated with Winter Storm Janus will continue to move northeastward roughly parallel to the coast of New England on Wednesday.

Snow and gusty winds will continue in eastern New England from coastal Maine to Cape Cod. Blizzard conditions are possible in far southeast Massachusetts, including Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. Blizzard warnings are posted for those areas through midday Wednesday.