Heavy snow showers possible later; another storm possible next week

The second scenario as predicted by the Euro model will see the storm head away from the coast after hitting the Carolinas in the south

The second scenario as predicted by the Euro model will see the storm head away from the coast after hitting the Carolinas in the south

Foster, Rhode island, got more than 25 inches while in Connecticut, Killingly had the most, with just over 20 inches.

Amtrak suspended all service on Tuesday between Boston and New York City, but resumed some service Wednesday, although delays lingered.

Storms on March 2 and 7 left at least 9 people dead across the region, some 2 million homes and businesses without power, and flooding in the streets of Boston.

The flight-tracking site FlightAware reported more than 1,300 cancelled flights within, into or out of the USA on Tuesday. Gov. Gina Raimondo urged residents to stay off the roads and let the plows and work crews do their jobs.

The weather service defines a blizzard as three or more hours of sustained wind or frequent gusts to 35 mph or greater and falling or blowing snow that reduces visibility frequently to less than one-quarter of a mile. "Six more weeks of winter, and probably then some".

"I know we're all ready for winter to be over".

So far power outages have climbed to more than 250,000 just in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and CT.

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The National Weather Service, relying on trained spotters, says Tuesday's storm brought more than 2 feet of snow to some communities.

"We all say we're going to move, right". "It is entirely possible that we could get to 2 feet in this storm in some spots; it's also possible nobody hits 18 inches", he said. "I know folks are tired with power outages but hang in there with us", the governor said.

ME also braced for a hard hit.

BOSTON - A nor'easter that could deliver up to 2 feet of snow to some areas socked New England on Tuesday, bringing blizzard conditions to parts of coastal MA, covering highways with snow and knocking out power to tens of thousands.

The NWS says central NY could get up to 12 inches (30 centimeters) of snow with winds gusting as high as 40 miles per hour (64 kph). NWS reports that southern ME remains under a blizzard warning until early Wednesday morning as the heaviest snow will continue to fall through Tuesday evening with 1 to 3 inches per hour possible.

A New Jersey township has cancelled spring break and will have students attending classes until the last week of June due to a torrent of snow days from the multiple winter storms that hit the state.

More than a foot of snow is expected in parts of CT, where Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is urging people to "take it slow and remember their winter weather driving skills". Burrillville, Rhode Island, and Kezar Falls, Maine, both got 20 inches.

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