The third nor’easter in two weeks began to pummel New England Tuesday with snow, high winds, coastal flooding and whiteout conditions.
Multiple inches fell in Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island Tuesday morning and the National Weather service warned of whiteout conditions as the storm moves in. One to 5 inches were reported in New York state and northern New Jersey, the Weather Channel reported.
Forecast models show the third nor’easter undergoing rapid intensification known as bombogenesis, or a bomb cyclone.
The National Weather Service has issued a blizzard warning for much of the Massachusetts coast and a winter storm warning for New England.