BOSTON (CBS) — This third nor’easter in the last 10 days has packed the biggest punch.

Blizzard conditions are expected for parts of Massachusetts and the snowfall in Boston could challenge the record books for the greatest snowstorm ever recorded in March.

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

Kids In Natick Enjoy The Snow Day 
Paul Burton represented WBZ-TV well in a sledding competition against a few kids in Natick.


Tourist Stuck In Boston Enjoys The Blizzard Experience 
Most of the few out in Boston had their heads down and were headed to work. But Ryan Kath found one woman who was exploring the city on spring break.


Near White-Out Conditions, Over A Foot Of Snow In Bridgewater
Christina Hager said the snow falling on top of the morning’s slush made for hazardous travel and conditions that were unsafe for power crews to work against power outages. Cars and trucks were waiting out the storm — some voluntarily, other because they were stuck — at a Route 24 rest stop.


Plow Drivers In Lawrence Working Against Slippery Snow
David Robichaud talked with a plow driver who explained how the job was like a marathon where plows try to keep up with the snowfall. A viewer also stopped to order Robi some hot soup as he reported outside!


Barry Burbank: March Is The New February
Meteorologist Barry Burbank was actually excited to step outside into the snow in Allston. It gave him a chance to try out his cross-country skis!


Blizzard Confirmed In Plymouth, Snow-Related Emergency Declared
Pamela Gardner is monitoring the blizzard situation in Plymouth. The town is expecting 10-14 inches of snow, strong winds, and minor to moderate flooding.


Sandwich Fears Beach Erosion Amid Strong Winds
Bill Shields felt those strong wind gusts hitting Sandwich firsthand. And it was almost enough to knock him down.



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