Moving moving away from the coast, folks in Lewiston-Auburn and over to Augusta should expect 8-12 inches; 4-8 inches in the western foothills; 6-10 inches in Bangor and northern Washington County; 2-4 inches in Aroostook County.
It's a matter of mere miles for coastal areas which will determine snowfall.
His estimate largely aligned with the New England forecast of 12 to 18 inches issued in the morning before the storm began.
No vehicles are allowed to be parked on any roads in town that are designated as snow emergency routes, and any vehicles parked there are subject to ticket and tow at the owner's expense.
At a news briefing Thursday morning, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone said his county anticipated upwards of 18 inches by the time the storm moves out.
In Boston, snowfall could continue into the weekend, and temperatures won't rise above freezing until Sunday, according to the National Weather Service.
The storm appears to end for southern and western areas by early evening Thursday, with the last flakes falling over eastern and northern ME in the wee hours of Friday. Check the latest Futurecast to see when the snow will start in your area.
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Bernard Nathason, who later said he lied about how many abortions were taking place so the law would be passed. He'd prefer to see his tax dollars go toward helping veterans and the homeless.
More than 3,500 flights scheduled for Thursday have been canceled, according to FlightAware.com, which tracks cancellations and delays; as many as 150 have already been canceled for Friday. With the wind and blowing snow, it will be necessary to dress appropriately.
A classic nor'easter is on the way, hence the winds coming out of the northeast for most of Thursday, turning to the north by evening.
Winter storm Niko first crept into western MA at 5 a.m., and by 9 p.m. should be headed out to sea.
We could also see some light snow Friday night and into Saturday morning.
The United Nations headquarters in Manhattan closed for the day.
Schools in New York City, Philadelphia, Boston and elsewhere called off classes for the day and government offices told non-essential workers to stay home. NBC 4 New York's live cam showed some fearless souls trying to hoof it through the Crossroads of the World as others, failing to heed the pleas of city officials, navigated the roads.