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Powerful Snowstorm Moves Through New England

Updated: Mar 5, 2023

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3/4 1:20pm: Much of New England is clearing out the steady snowfall. Coastal Maine will be in it for a while longer.

3/4 10:25am: Western New England is looking at the brunt of snowfall so far while eastern New England continues to lag behind.

>Estimates from the Berkshires range from 7-11 inches as of 10am.

>The Green Mountains are showing 10-14 inches as of 10am.

>Northeastern Massachusetts and southeast New Hampshire are showing 3-6 inches as of 10am.

>New England south of Boston is showing 1-3 inches falling this morning.

3/4 9:24am: Plain rain is falling along the entire southern coast while moderate bands of snow continue to work through inland areas. Maine is now in the thick of the storm.

3/4 8:09am: Live looks across New England at this hour. Shots are from Kennebunk Beach Maine; Portsmouth NewHampshire; Burlington Vermont and Fitchburg Massachusetts

3/4 6:30am: Early estimates are showing snowfall 6-9 inches in the Berkshires, Green Mountains and Monadnock region of New Hampshire. Eastern New Hampshire and northern Massachusetts have underachieved so far, with 2-4 inch estimates thus far.

3/3 11:30pm: Snow has filled in across the region, except for Maine.

3/3 9:30pm: Snow has broken out across western New England. Rain is falling in southern Connecticut.

3/3 8:40pm: There are a myriad of alerts in effect across New England for this storm. Here's a look:

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