On February 8th, those of us in the Northeast were walloped by a particularly devastating winter storm titled Nemo. While it affected some areas more than others (Hamden, Connecticut got 40 inches of snow to Central Park's 11.4), everyone seemingly experienced some form of the nor'easter's wrath. For some it was an extreme inconvenience, for others it was life threatening (15 deaths were attributed to Nemo). Here are five of the most powerful pictures taken during the blizzard.
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