Storm departs New England, but mess remains

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

Children in hundreds of communities across New England are getting a second day off from school, as the region digs out from under more than 2 feet of snow.

Utility companies are working to restore power to homes and businesses darkened by the region's third snowstorm in three weeks.

Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick is getting ready to lift the state of emergency imposed at the height of yesterday's Nor'easter. He's also ordering part of the National Guard contingent to stand down.

The monster storm dumped anywhere from 6 inches of snow on Cape Cod to 30 inches in the Berkshires in the Western part of the state.

Logan Airport in Boston is improving service as weather conditions improve, but the Worcester Airport remains closed.


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