Mid-March Nor’easter

Mid-March Nor’easter

A strong nor’easter brought heavy snow and blustery winds to the Northeast United States.

The storm dropped a widespread 8-12 inches of snow across the northeast and over 30 inches in Massachusetts and New York. New York was placed under a state of emergency on March 13, ahead of the storm.

Southwestern Maine reported upwards of a foot of snow, along with strong winds and coastal flooding.

The system disrupted travel and left over 250,000 without power.

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