Blizzard Envelops Boston & Cape As 3rd Nor’easter Within 2 Weeks Slams New England

Written by on March 13, 2018 in United States of America, Winter 2017/18 with 0 Comments

Another Nor’Easter, and another coastal system meeting ‘bomb cyclone’ criteria with an impressive 31mb pressure drop within 24 hours. Generating 80+mph winds and 30+ft seas, this Nor’Easter will be remembered for it’s snow whereas it’s predecessors will be remembered for 90+mph wind and coastal flooding. It’s the 3rd Nor’easterĀ  within 2 weeks and 4th in a month.

The centre of storm is perfectly positioned to put Boston and southeast New England in the firing line for heaviest snow and blizzard conditions.

Credit: Tropical Tidbits

Snow totals as of 2pm today ET.

Forecasted totals

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