January 2011 midweek wallop

A major nor'easter walloped Massachusetts on Wednesday morning, one that has brought nearly two feet of snow to parts of the state.

Outages, closed schools left in storm’s wake

A classic New England nor’easter promised to disrupt life again today after knocking out power for tens of thousands, sending trees crashing into homes and cars, causing spinouts and accidents, and paralyzing major rail and air travel yesterday. (By Michael Levenson and Eric Moskowitz, Globe Staff)

Moments frozen in a Back Bay morning

As the nor’easter descended early yesterday, bringing with it icy winds, snow-day revelry, and slushy commutes, here is what unfolded in one corner of the city. (By David Filipov, Globe Staff)
Stories from around the region

A frozen day in the city

In this collage of snow stories, people braved the second big winter blast. (Boston Globe)

Hearty souls dig out in middle of storm

Hearty souls dig out in middle of storm
Streets were nearly empty in Natick Center yesterday morning, but a few people were determined to dig out their cars. (Boston Globe)


Top 10 Boston snowstorms

As bad as the recent storm was, it still doesn't rank among the top 10 worst in Boston history.
Scenes from the storm
See the shots taken by Boston.com readers, and send in your own.
View Globe photographers' images of the fierce storm that overtook our region.
Blizzard of '78

Photographers capture scenes from the area's legendary storm, then and more recent.
Snowfall across Mass.
Images of the estimates of snow depth during the storm, updated with the latest data available.


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