Video Roundup: Snow Piles Up, Wind Whips Through New England During Nor’easter

BOSTON (CBS) — Snow is piling up throughout New England and winds are high in parts of the region as a nor’easter arrived on Thursday.

Related: Snow Totals For February 9 Storm

Some cities and towns have already been hit with more than 10 inches of snow. Precipitation is expected to continue into the night Thursday.

A blizzard warning has been issued for much of Eastern Massachusetts.

Here is a look at coverage by WBZ-TV reporters from around the region:

Cape Cod, South Shore Hit Hard

Gov. Baker Urges Drivers To Stay Off Roads Overnight

Blizzard Knocks Out Power In Sandwich

‘Exceptional Amount’ of Thundersnow Marks Blizzard

Blizzard Batters Plymouth Coast, Bill Shields Still Laughing

Slow Ride Home For Commuters In Framingham

Worcester’s Steep Hills Cause Trouble For Drivers During Nor’easter

Drivers Heeding Warnings, Avoiding Roads During Nor’easter

SUV Crashes Into Pelham, NH Home

Storm Gets Official Blizzard Designation In Boston

Lightning Sparks Tree Fire In East Bridgewater

‘I Actually Enjoy A Good Storm’ – Bill Shields Battered By Wind In Plymouth

Snowball Fight On Boston Common

High Winds Whip Cape Cod During Nor’easter

Gov. Charlie Baker Delivers Update On Storm

Extreme Wind Batters Coast In Plymouth

Thundersnow Reported Across New England

MEMA Spokesperson Warns Drivers About Road Conditions

High Winds, Snow Accumulating On Streets In Worcester

Winds Pick Up, Conditions Deteriorate On Rte. 128 In Wakefield

Travel Slows To Crawl As Nor’easter Bears Down On New England

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