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Boston, MA, US

Snow falling as seen from above in downtown Boston - jdgill27 on Instagram

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

Photo: No bread left on shelves of Boston grocery store ahead of blizzard - cdinopoulos on Instagram

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

Amtrak says it suspends Northeast Regional and Acela Express service between New York and Boston on Tuesday due to storm

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

Boston trash collection canceled for Tuesday, delayed by 1 day; in areas with 2-times weekly collections, the Tuesday collection will be canceled - @NotifyBoston

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

Editor's note: According to The Weather Channel, peak snow and blizzard conditions should hit New York City between 9 p.m.-10 a.m., Providence, RI, at 9 p.m.-6 p.m., Hartford, Conn., at 10 p.m.-10 a.m., and Boston at 11 p.m.-7 p.m. ET. - Stephanie

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

Peak timing for snow in Boston will begin at 11 pm ET, @weatherchannel reports

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

Map shows where parking is prohibited in Boston during snow emergencies - @NotifyBoston

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

Photo: State of emergency billboard on the side of Interstate 93 in Boston - @RyanSchulteis

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

Editor's note: The brunt of blizzard hitting the Northeast is expected Monday night into Tuesday. Boston and Providence, RI, are both forecast to see 24-36 inches of snow. New York City could see 18-24 inches, and Philadelphia is expected to get 10-14 inches, according to The Washington Post. - Stephanie

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

Editor's note: Snowfall estimates for the major winter storm that's now moving over the Northeastern U.S. have been bumped back up to as much as 3 feet in areas off the Atlantic after having been revised down earlier this morning. The governors of New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts have declared states of emergency, and one is also in effect for parts of New York. In New York City, drivers have been ordered to stay off the roads after 11 p.m., and schools are closed tomorrow. Boston has shut its schools for the next two days, and said public transportation would end at midnight. In the skies, roughly 6,000 flights have been cancelled through tomorrow. - Tricia

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Boston, MA, US

A statewide travel ban will begin at midnight tonight, and MBTA service will be suspended tomorrow #BOSnow http://t.co/zr0XdQKS06 #alert - @NotifyBoston

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Boston, MA, US

Photo of the snow so far in Boston by Instagram's zalhusseini

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh announces city schools will be closed on Tuesday and Wednesday

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

Massachusetts governor announces MBTA service will shut down at midnight, no service Tuesday - @MassEMA

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

American Airlines says it plans to cancel all flights in and out of Philadelphia, New York and Boston airports later in the afternoon - @NBCNews

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

Photo: Sign announcing emergency blizzard warning is seen on the Boston Expressway - @MassBillboards

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

Boston's Logan airport says all flights cancelled after 7 pm through Tuesday; looking to re-open Wednesday - @NBCNews

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

United cancels all Tuesday flights at Newark, JFK, LaGuardia, Boston and Philadelphia ahead of blizzard - @cnnbrk

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

Blizzard warning just issued beginning 7 pm Monday for Boston, Providence and Cape Cod areas - @weatherchannel

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

Boston Mayor Walsh urges vigilance ahead of blizzard, says city has 700 pieces of equipment, 35,000 tons of salt on hand - statement

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