Dangerously strong winds whipped across New England on Sunday morning, as emergency workers scrambled to clear snow and ice. It is the fourth major winter storm in the region in less than a month.
Eight to 14 inches of snow were expected in southern New England and up to two feet in Maine. Forecasts called for lows of minus 10 degrees forecast in some areas Sunday night.
National Weather Service meteorologist William Babcock told USA Today that road conditions will be dangerous as a result of widespread winds stirring relatively dry snow. “On Sunday, the best thing people can do is stay home, stay indoors,” he said.