It won’t be a blockbuster storm by New England standards, but it WILL be the biggest event of the season thus far for many folks, especially north and west of Boston.
The storm that brought several inches of rain to some portions of Massachusetts is winding down, but its punch is still being felt by some commuters.
This week’s storm will be more wet than white for most of us.
While not a blockbuster storm, this one is sure to add a little extra stress to holiday travel plans.
Summer will feel like a distant memory after this weekend’s cold, windy and rainy Nor’easter.
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Torrential downpours overnight left deep puddles of standing water on many Massachusetts roads, prompting closures, and making for a slow morning commute.
The first nor’easter of the season battered the north shore of Massachusetts Thursday.
High winds from a nor’easter brought down trees and knocked out power to thousands of residents in Eastern Massachusetts.
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook **This update posted at 11:25pm** Peabody wind gusts @wx1box RT @BriCrocker @ericfisher @RrLePage Look closely. 54 mph to be exact. pic.twitter.com/Qh8EaowFvv — Eric Fisher (@ericfisher) October 23, 2014 […]