Pictures From Historic Northeast Blizzard

The overnight storm dumped from one to three feet of snow in areas stretching from from New York to Maine.

Shoveling OutA northeast blizzard dumped up to three feet of snow overnight Friday and brought hurricane-force wind gusts to areas between New York and Maine. The storm, dubbed “Nemo” by The Weather Channel, triggered evacuations along the Massachusetts coast and left hundreds of thousands without power. In this shot, Steve Hull digs his car out from a snowdrift in Portland, Maine, on Saturday. (Read: What is a Blizzard, Anyway?) Heading out into the snow with your camera? Share your pictures with us, and we’ll post the best ones here.
Bus StopIn Portland, Maine, riders wait at a bus stop where windows filled up with snow on Friday night.
On the FarmA pair of calves munch it up on Saturday at Eden Pond Farm in Leyden, Massachusetts.
Boston’s IciclesIn Boston, Massachusetts, which saw more than two feet of snow by Saturday, icicles cling to a window.
Coastal SnowHomes along the South River in Scituate, Massachusetts, are coated in wet snow. Storm surge from Nemo forced evacuations along the Bay State's coast and flooded area roads.
Cold FireFirefighters respond to a four-alarm blaze in a Wilmington, Massachusetts, apartment building amid Friday’s snow.
Salt DepotWorkers use tractors to pile up snow on Friday in a New York depot. The blizzard temporarily closed New York City’s airports, which reopened Saturday morning.
Central Park SleddingAdults and kids with sleds arrive in New York’s Central Park on Saturday.
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