The snow has finally let up and blizzard warnings have been lifted in the storm some are calling “Snowmageddon” or the “Snowpocalypse,” but mid-Atlantic states are still dealing with the fallout. Around 100,000 people are still without power, bus service and above-ground rail has been cancelled in Washington, D.C., and drivers are being urged to stay off the roads. “Monday is not going to be a get-to-work day," said an official from the Virginia Department of Transportation, estimating that plowing would continue through “the better part of next week.” Large swaths of the mid-Atlantic have ground to a halt in the wake of the historic storm. Accumulation totals have topped 30 inches in parts of Virginia, and more snow is expected to fall on Tuesday. Forecasters believe it could break the record set by the Knickerbocker Blizzard of 1922, which dumped 28 inches on the nation's capital.