A northeast blizzard dumped up to three feet of snow overnight Friday and brought hurricane-force wind gusts to areas between New York and Maine.
The storm, dubbed “Nemo” by The Weather Channel, triggered evacuations along the Massachusetts coast and left hundreds of thousands without power. In this shot, Steve Hull digs his car out from a snowdrift in Portland, Maine, on Saturday. (Read: What is a Blizzard, Anyway?)
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Pictures From Historic Northeast Blizzard
The overnight storm dumped from one to three feet of snow in areas stretching from from New York to Maine.