Snow

Here are photos of Saturday’s powerful nor’easter

Take a look at Saturday's powerful nor'easter from around the region.

Cooper Prophet(left) and his mother, Tjona Prophet battle the strong winds as they came to look at the flooding on Cole Parkway on the waterfront Saturday morning in Scituate. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
BLIZZARD OF 2022:

A powerful and potentially historic nor’easter that promised to dump up to 30 inches of snow in some areas barreled through New England on Saturday with high winds and low visibility.

Here’s what the storm looked like throughout Massachusetts:

Cat Bette, left, and and Hannah Corey walk George through Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park in downtown Boston. – Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff

A skier launches off a jump on Boston Common, Saturday, Jan. 29, 2022, in Boston. – AP Photo/Michael Dwyer
Five-year-old Lilah Feder and her brother Jonathan, 11, sled on Waban Avenue as the snow storm slowed up a little bit. – Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff
At the New Deal General Store in East Wakefield, N.H., as the snow falls on them, a pick up truck driver and a snowmobile rider gas up their vehicles side by side. – Jim Davis/Globe Staff

A pair of plow trucks salt the roads in Somerville. – AP Photo/Josh Reynolds
A front-end loader removes snow at Clipper Ship Wharf in East Boston. – AP Photo/Michael Dwyer
A worker clears the sidewalk at East Pier in East Boston. – AP Photo/Michael Dwyer
Workers clear sidewalks during the snowstorm in downtown Boston. – Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff
Early morning view during the snowstorm in downtown Boston. – Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff
A man walks in a snow-covered street in Boston. – AP Photo/Michael Dwyer
Dawn breaks in Somerville, as the beginning of a major snowstorm arrives. – AP Photo/Josh Reynolds
People protect themselves from blowing wind and snow during white-out conditions. – Photo by Scott Eisen/Getty Images
Residents walk along a section of flooded Otis Road in Scituate. The blizzard caused flooding along the shore in Scituate during the 8 a.m. high tide as wind-whipped snow caused blinding conditions. – John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
Turner Road, two blocks from the ocean, is flooded from the storm surge. – John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
The entrance to Jim’s Clam Shack in Falmouth during the snowstorm. – Bill Greene/Globe Staff
A wave splashes over steps at Long Wharf during high tide. – Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff
A worker helps another who was blown down by wind in Boston. – Scott Eisen/Getty Images
Plows work to clear Interstate 90 in Boston – Scott Eisen/Getty Images
A man walks along Surf Drive in white-out conditions in Falmouth during the snowstorm. – Bill Greene/Globe Staff
Snow drifts start to get bigger in Cohasset as the storm grows stronger. – Jonathan Wiggs /Globe Staff
A man runs across Quincy Shore Drive as wind-blown snow and high tide water creates visibility problems. – Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff
A man came out to take photos of the storm as the snow started to move sideways in Newton. – Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff
Snowplow driver Jamie Harding cleans off his truck in downtown Falmouth. – Bill Greene/Globe Staff
A couple walks through the snow on Boston Common, Saturday, Jan. 29, 2022, in Boston. AP Photo/Michael Dwyer
Medford, MA–1/29/2022– A cross country skier makes their way up Fulton Street in Medford as the snow continues to fall. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff
People cross Congress Street, Saturday, Jan. 29, 2022, in Boston. AP Photo/Michael Dwyer

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