Nor?easter could bring wet snow, strong winds

A storm is set to arrive Sunday morning and continue into Monday morning, with up to 6 inches of wet snow in Eastern Mass. and more to the west and north.

Newton, MA- February 11, 2017: Carl Schwartz (cq) shovels his driveway on Park Ave in Newton, MA on February 11, 2017. One to three inches of snow is expected on Saturday and another storm is expected to arrive on Sunday. (Globe staff photo / Craig F. Walker) section: metro reporter:

Totals for snowfall overnight Friday into Saturday

Some areas in Eastern Massachusetts received more than 4 inches in last night?s snowfall.

Newton, MA- February 11, 2017: Richard Morrill (cq) shovels his walk on Franklin St. in Newton, MA on February 11, 2017. One to three inches of snow is expected on Saturday and another storm is expected to arrive on Sunday. (Globe staff photo / Craig F. Walker) section: metro reporter:

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Boston gets more than 3 inches of snow overnight

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A crew worked on a damaged power line and pole at Old Church Road and Center Street in Yarmouth.

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