Yet another blizzard buries storm-battered parts of Northeast


Although the nor'easter that dumped more than a foot of snow on much of the region has moved up to the Canadian Maritimes, heavy snow showers could hit Southern New England again today, according to the National Weather Service.

"I know we're all ready for winter to be over". "The groundhog was right". Portland needs about another foot to match its snowfall total last winter of 87.4 inches. In New Hampshire, the NWS says 25 inches of snow was reported near Derry.

The National Weather Service has announced the reported snowfall total for the region following Tuesday's storm, including in Warwick, where 10 inches of snowfall were recorded.

Gabby DiGiacomo, of Whitefield, Maine, slides down Congress Street in Portland, Maine, on a saucer during the latest winter storm, Tuesday, March 13.

National Weather Service said the storm brought more than 2 feet of snow to some communities.

But CBS Boston reports many area residents have had it with the nasty winter weather. The flight-tracking site FlightAware reported more than 1,500 canceled flights on Tuesday. At Boston's Logan International Airport, the terminals were mostly empty with airport workers and the cleaning crew outnumbering passengers. The city said Boston Public Schools, libraries and other city services would be closed on Tuesday. Amtrak said it would also cancel some trains running from NY to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Officials expect to restore service Wednesday. Gusts approached 70 miles per hour on Cape Cod.

She encouraged all Rhode Islanders to continue to stay off the roads until the storm has passed and crews from the Department of Transportation have time to clear and treat the roads to make them safe. The vast majority are in MA, where more than 237,000 utility customers were without power Tuesday. Blizzard warnings were issued for ME and New Hampshire. Wind gusts as high as 65 miles per hour are forecast in coastal areas.

Vernon Township called off classes for a 12th time Tuesday after a snow storm dropped approximately 6 inches (15 centimeters) of snow across northwestern New Jersey.

"We are freezing", the 39-year-old said.

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Martha's Vineyard Shipyard shared a video of the powerful winds just before noon on Tuesday.

The officer behind the wheel drives up to the fallen tree to show it stretching across Bournedale Road.

ME braced for a hard hit.

Over the course of just two weeks, three nor'easters have blasted the Eastern Seaboard with heavy snow, damaging winds and coastal flooding.

Although the latest storm wasn't expected to knock out power to as many power customers as last week's nor'easter did, because the snow is lighter and fluffier, more than 237,000 customers in MA were without power Tuesday afternoon. At least 14 to 18 inches of snow was expected.

"In New Hampshire, as much as 14 inches of snow is forecast, and the storm is disrupting the age-old town meeting tradition".

MA had seen 6 inches of snow by 10 a.m. and Long Island and western CT had at least 7 inches.

Commuters wait in the snow on a subway platform in Brooklyn, New York, on Tuesday.

In Rhode Island, the snow did not stop residents from getting to church.