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Winter Storm Nemo: Historic Blizzard Pounds New England

Chris Dolce
Published: February 9, 2013

Potentially Historic Storm:  Snow Impact

Winter Storm Nemo continues to bring blizzard conditions to much of eastern New England this morning. Blizzard warnings are in effect from coastal Maine to southern New England, including Portland, Maine, Boston, Hartford, and Providence. All travel should be avoided!

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Forecast Additional Snow Saturday

Forecast Additional Snow Saturday

Forecast Additional Snow Saturday

Forecast Additional Snow Saturday

(LIVE: Real-Time Updates on Nemo)

The storm has dumped up to 38 inches of snow in Connecticut and up to two feet of snow in parts of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire and Maine. Portland, Maine has recorded their greatest snowstorm on record with more than 29 inches. For more snow total reports, click here.

(MORE: Nemo Snow, Wind Reports)

We have Saturday's snow forecast on this page, which is followed by the threats from damaging winds and coastal flooding on the following pages.  Click the "next" button or "quick links" below to jump to those major threats:

(QUICK LINKS:  Damaging winds | Coastal flooding | Current Conditions)

Saturday's Snow Outlook

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Current Radar

Current Radar

Current Radar

Current Radar

Heavy, wind-driven snow continues in eastern New England during the morning. Improving conditions are expected during the afternoon. Snow finally tapers off completely in Boston by Saturday late afternoon, and pulls off Downeast Maine after midnight Sunday morning. Snow ends in the morning around New York City.

It's not just the snow, let's break down the threat from high winds.

PHOTOS: WINTER STORM NEMO

Winthrop, Mass.

Winthrop, Mass.

A man shovels snow along Winthrop Shore Drive on Feb. 9, 2013, in Winthrop, Mass. (Darren McCollester/Getty Images)

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