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Major Storm Crosses New England

Updated: Feb 24, 2023

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2/23 11:26pm: Massachusetts dodges an ice storm, sees very light ice accretion and mostly sleet.


2/23 11:18pm: Snowfall fails to make it to the foot mark anywhere in New England in early reports.


Highest amount so far is Northfield , New Hampshire at 7.2 inches. Full reports from across New England will be posted tomorrow.


2/23 8:47pm: Steady snow is falling across Maine, freezing rain is moving through southern Vermont.


2/23 6:59pm: After a very quiet afternoon and evening, the second burst of precipitation is moving into New England.



2/23 10:13am: Power outages continue to creep up in New England. Total outages have crossed 2,200 with nearly 2,000 in Massachusetts alone.


The precipitation is winding down, but another burst of freezing rain this evening could lead to more problems and outages overnight tonight.


2/23 9:15am: Power outages cross 1,000 in Massachusetts, mainly in Worcester County.


2/23 8:56am: Precipitation is beginning to pull out of much of New England, it will continue in eastern Maine. Another round will enter the region this evening bringing additional light accumulations.



2/23 8:18am: Live looks from across New England at this hour:


Live shots from Boston & Maine Live, ad River Valley TV, White Mountains TV, City of Ellsworth, Maine



2/23 7:06am: Precipitation is mainly sleet across Massachusetts, steady snow coming down in Maine, scattered snow/sleet/freezing rain showers will continue throughout today and will pick up in intensity again tonight.



2/23 4:15am: The storm is unfolding as forecast with a mix of precipitation across southern New England and it into southern Vermont and New Hampshire, and steady snow across much of northern New England.



2/23 12:40am: A pocket of dry air working into Massachusetts and Connecticut. The mixing line is slowly advancing northward through Massachusetts.



2/22 11:15pm: Roads are now snow covered across New Hampshire and Vermont. Snowfall rates of 1 to 1.5 inches an hour are occurring in southern New Hampshire and Vermont.


Here's a look at Route 28 in Salem, New Hampshire:



2/22 10:45pm: The snow is beginning to transition to a mix and freezing rain across western and central Massachusetts.



2/22 9:30pm: The winter storm warning has been moved southward in New Hampshire. The warning now includes all of New Hampshire minus the southernmost counties.


2/22 8:00pm: The initial snow band has arrived in Vermont, Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire



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