February 2013 nor'easter

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The February 2013 nor'easter (called by The Weather Channel as Winter Storm Nemo) was a large winter storm that formed from two low pressure areas and affected the northeastern United States and eastern Canada from February 7–10, 2013.[1] The areas affect by the storm were between Virginia and Maine. The storm had hurricane strength winds, lightning, thunder, heavy snows and blizzard conditions.[2] Boston received almost 25 inches of snow due to this storm. New York City received almost one foot of new snow. It was Connecticut, however, that got the most. Hamden, Connecticut received almost 40 inches, while nearby cities got at least one foot. About 700,000 customers lost power.

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  1. "Blizzard of 2013 Brings another Threat". The Climate Central. http://www.climatecentral.org/news/blizzard-of-2013-brings-another-major-threat-coastal-flooding-15574. Retrieved December 29, 2013.
  2. "Northeast Digs Out after a Deadly Blizzard". CNN. http://edition.cnn.com/2013/02/09/us/northeast-blizzard/index.html. Retrieved December 29, 2013.