On Wednesday, New England began digging out of what was a wicked blizzard! The region was hit with nearly 3ft of snow and wind gusts up to 70 mph that caused major power outages and heavy damages in the area.
The Governor has lifted a state travel ban but bitter cold temps still pose a threat and will likely slow down cleanup efforts in and around Boston. Power is still out for more than 15,000 customers leaving many shivering in the dark.
New Englanders were stunned by the incredible force and bitter cold caused by this storm. Snowplows are struggling to keep up with the tremendous ice and snow conditions.
Meteorologists say the nor’easter strayed about 100 miles from its forecasted track. New York and New Jersey received 10 inches less than originally predicted.