The snowstorm drops 5 inches over Central Park as it heads into New England.

A powerful winter storm that the National Weather Service has classified as a “bomb cyclone” began battering eastern Massachusetts on Sa...


A powerful winter storm that the National Weather Service has classified as a “bomb cyclone” began battering eastern Massachusetts on Saturday after bringing snow and high winds to the New York metro area.

Blizzard warnings were in effect for a large swath of the East Coast. And people across the region were preparing for a day of freezing temperatures, heavy snowfall, dangerous travel conditions and the potential for widespread power outages. More than 115,000 homes were without power in Massachusetts, with larger outages expected as the storm moved in.

In Boston, the storm drew comparisons to a nightmarish “1978 blizzard” that buried the city in 27 inches of snow.

The storm was expected to dissipate on Sunday, but not before dumping more than a foot of snow along northeast coastal areas and two or more feet in parts of eastern Massachusetts.

The National Weather Service reported these snowfall levels as of 7:00 a.m. Eastern Time Saturday:

  • John F. Kennedy Airport in New York: 5.1 inches

  • Central Park: 5.3 inches, a record snowfall for that day. The last time January 29 set a snowfall record was in 1904 with 4.7 inches.

  • Philadelphia International Airport: 6 inches

  • Boston Logan International Airport: 3 inches

  • Bridgeport, Connecticut: 6.9 inches

  • Islip, NY: 10.3 inches

  • Howard Beach, New York: 7.0 inches

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