Here’s one topic for tonight:
Three weeks, three winter storms. The first one blasted New England with gusts up to 97 mph and knocked out power to 2 million homes and businesses. The second dumped as much as 3 feet of heavy, wet snow from Philadelphia to Boston. This one is causing whiteout conditions in southern New England, where snowfall totals were already approaching two feet in some areas. The National Weather Service in Boston said this storm was officially a blizzard for areas along the coast that are seeing the strongest winds combine with heavy snowfall rates. Boston had three straight hours of blizzard conditions as of 12 p.m., meaning visibility dropped to nearly nothing.