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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

Travel ban set in place during blizzard in Massachusetts ends; emergency officials recommend residents continue to avoid roads - @MassEMA

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

More than 16,700 outages reported statewide in Massachusetts amid blizzard, officials say - @BostonGlobe

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

Blizzard warning extended until 10 pm ET for Massachusetts' Cape Cod and Plymouth County - @clamberton7

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

More than 25,000 power outages reported in Massachusetts; majority in east, with 9,800 outages in Nantucket - @BostonGlobe

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency: Tremendous amount of cleanup to be done, so even after travel ban lifts at 12 am ET, we encourage people to only travel if necessary - @MassEMA

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker says statewide travel ban will be lifted at 12 am ET

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

Live video: Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker holds press conference on blizzard - @cbsboston

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

More than 200 Massachusetts districts, private schools have canceled school for Wednesday due to snow storm - @cbsboston

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

Editor's note: The blizzard hitting New England is on track to be one of the top storms ever recorded in Boston, and a warning remains in effect for parts of the region until 8 p.m. ET. Moderate to heavy snow is expected in eastern Massachusetts for another few hours before it tapers off early evening, The Boston Globe reports. Snow should gradually end from west to east this evening, forecasters say. Officials are concerned about the high tide this afternoon along the coast. - Stephanie

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

Blizzard warnings remain in effect for the New England coastline from Rhode Island to Maine - @weatherchannel

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker lifts travel ban for Berkshire, Hampden, Hampshire, Franklin counties; ban still in effect for Interstate 90

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

Map: As of 7:40 am ET, 21,881 power outages reported in Massachusetts, including 12,800 on Nantucket - @BostonGlobe

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

Editor's note: While heavy snow falls in Massachusetts and Maine, snow accumulations are less than forecast in New York. "The storm has moved further east and will be departing faster than our forecasts," the National Weather Service said. The Philadelphia area avoided much of the storm. - Cory

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

7 to 9 inches of snow reported in parts of eastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island - @stormchaser4850

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

Travel ban now in effect in Massachusetts due to blizzard conditions - @breakingweather

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

Editor's note: The Storm Prediction Center expects snowfall rates of at least one inch per hour in southern New England and Long Island, NY, beginning between 8 and 9 p.m. ET, The Washington Post reports. Two inches per hour, or greater, is likely after 11 p.m. ET. - Stephanie

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

Massachusetts officials: Main area of concern for National Guard is potential for coastal flooding during blizzard - @WBUR

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Northeast blizzard, January 2015

Live video: Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker holding press conference on blizzard preparations - @WCVB

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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

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker declares state of emergency, to ban motor vehicle travel at midnight - @BostonGlobe

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