Blizzard buries northeastern US

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A snowstorm of massive proportions has dumped as much as three feet of snow in some places Friday and Saturday, according to BBC News.

The blizzard produced winds up to 40 mph in major cities like Boston and Providence, according to CNN. There were mandatory evacuations issued Saturday, with authorities asking residents to stay inside unless an emergency situation arose.

Though the storm didn't create any record-breaking amounts of snow, major airports in New York City and Boston were closed, slowing traffic to the popular destinations immensely.

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