|Moncton, New Brunswick on Tuesday. (CBC Kate Lerrerick)|
Snow has pounded New England and Atlantic Canada once again with over 30cm (1 foot) in parts of New Brunswick, PEI and Nova Scotia on Tuesday, adding up to over 100cm in the last two weeks. A state of emergency was declared in St John after 91cm of snow. Winds in excess of 150km/h produced blizzard conditions in western Newfoundland on Tuesday as well. A rapid freeze occurred in Newfoundland with snow changing to rain or freezing rain and then back to snow in a matter of hours. In Boston, the city has set a record for the most snow in a seven day period with 40.2 inches, this after another 16 inches hit that city Monday. More snow is forecast Thursday for New England and Maritimes with winter storm warnings now posted for Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
|A Vermont Transportation Department snow plow lies on its side off Interstate 91 in Vermont after it was hit, one of four on Monday alone. (WCAX TV 3)|