The Blizzard of 2013 is coming to and end this morning and it was a heck of a storm. Top snow amounts by state as of 9 a.m. are as follows. More reports are available in our live blog and awesome heavy snow pics are shown in our photo blog.
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Milford, CT: 38"; Gorham, ME: 32.9"; Upton, NY: 30.3"; Worcester, MA: 27.5"; Smithfield, RI: 24" New Ipswich with 25"
This is a timelapse I put together by saving images from a Boston.com webcam last night. Watch the restaurant's outside tables disappear under the snow!
Later today I'll post selected radar/satellite/pressure/obs animations from the GREarth software on my YouTube channel and Facebook. Thunder snow was reported at two stations at once last night:
Wind gusts to 83 mph were recorded with the storm -- just incredible. CNN says that over 650,000 are without power this morning.
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