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BOSTON PUBLIC RADIO
Mon February 11, 2013
New England Digs out from 'Nemo'
On Monday we continued to dig our way out of New England's historic February snowstorm. The system dumped more than two feet in most places across Massachusetts. Boston officially took on twenty-five inches of snow, which ranks fifth in all-time snowfall.
Coastal communities from Quincy to Sandwich were hit particularly hard, and many communities are still without power.
Callie Crossley and Emily Rooney opened up the phone lines to talk with New England listeners. They also spoke with Boston.com's David Epstein, WGBH Senior Reporter Phillip Martin, and Martine Powers from the Boston Globe.