Snow totals ranged from a few inches in Boston to around a foot in some central and northern portions of Maine, where a rare blizzard warning was issued earlier Monday by the National Weather Service.
Behind the snow is bitter cold, with temperatures expect to plummet over the next several days.
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Boston’s Logan International Airport suspended flights for about an hour during the height of the storm, and several of New England’s smaller airports reported flight delays and cancellations.
Winds howled, with a 73 mph gust reported in Falmouth and a 66 mph gust felt on Nantucket.
Thousands lost power during the storm.