Lonnie Quinn, chief meteorologist of New York station WCBS, tracks the latest blizzard forecast.
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A fleet of 2,000 plows took to the streets of Boston overnight, trying to keep pace with snow falling at two to three inches per hour. More snow is expected, along with significant power outages in parts of Massachusetts. Anna Werner reports from Boston.
Coastal flooding and high surf are expected in Maine with the state's entire coast under a blizzard warning. Jericka Duncan reports from Portland, Maine.
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The snow and wind got heavier as the storm moved east. Parts of Long Island saw three to four inches of snow per hour. Local police say the storm turned deadly overnight when a 17-year-old hit a light pole while sledding. Kris Van Cleave reports from Commack, New York.
The blizzard dumped just a quarter of what meteorologists predicted, but that was still enough to bring New York City to a standstill. Subways and commuter train services are closed, and the streets are practically car-free. Don Dahler reports from Times Square.
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