Live blog: The latest reports, photos, video, and info on Saturday’s nor’easter in Massachusetts

A major coastal storm is bringing high winds, flooding, rain, and snow to Boston and Massachusetts, Friday into Saturday. Follow the latest reports below.

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Gov. Charlie Baker declares state of emergency in Massachusetts, effective immediately (12:15 p.m.)

Forecasters and state officials warn of coastal flooding for the noon high tide (11:40 a.m.)

Map: Parts of Massachusetts had wind gusts over 90 miles per hour (9:40 a.m.)

Wind advisories for gusts between 40 and 50 miles per hour continue to be in effect through 5 p.m. Saturday for the eastern part of the state.

Parts of Western Massachusetts got 12 inches of snow, while nearly 6 inches of rain fell in East Bridgewater. (9:35 a.m.)

These National Weather Service maps show how much rain and snow have fallen so far.

National Weather Service issues moderate to major coastal flood forecast for noon high tide (8:30 a.m.)

The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency is reporting that about 385,000 state customers were without power as of 7 a.m. (7:35 a.m.)

Here’s the latest storm forecast from the National Weather Service (7:25 a.m.)


The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency is reporting that 432,723 state customers were without power as of 8:32 p.m. (9 p.m.)

All Amtrak service on the Northeast Corridor canceled until Saturday (4:49 p.m.)

Here’s the latest on the storm’s winds, flooding, and precipitation from the National Weather Service (4:34 p.m.)

Tree crushes Jeep in Tewksbury; 1 injured (3:20 p.m.)

Here are 11 photos that show the power of Friday’s nor’easter (2:35 p.m.)

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Check out more videos and photos here.

National Weather Service posts updated expected snowfall map (1:20 p.m.)

Duxbury police, fire share videos, photos of flooding (1:12 p.m.)

Here’s what the nor’easter looks like from space (12:56 p.m.)

Here’s a look at reported wind gusts so far (12:54 p.m.)

NWS: Boston reached its 3rd highest tide ever observed (12:51 p.m.)

Quincy police post videos of flooding in the city (11:55 a.m.)

Watch waves crash in Scituate on Friday morning (11:39 a.m.)

We are live in Scituate where residents are urged to evacuate before the high tide arrives.

Posted by The Boston Globe on Friday, March 2, 2018

8 telephone poles are down in Watertown (11:28 a.m.)