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Snowstorm hits Boston

More severe winter weather is bearing down on a beleaguered region that has seen three major storms in as many weeks.

    A winter storm has brought more than a foot or more of snow and strong winds to the region.

    * Storm has dropped more than two feet of snow in some areas, and newest totals have vaulted this winter into third-snowiest on record in Boston with at least 95.7 inches so far, according to the National Weather Service.
    * Governor Baker urged residents to stay off roads and "let the plows do their jobs." Earlier, he said the snowfall "significantly exceeded" projections. More coverage
    * The National Weather Service issued a blizzard warning, which is in effect until 7 a.m. Monday. Map of snow totals
    * Mayor Walsh said a snow emergency and parking ban will remain in effect until further notice, and urged drivers and pedestrians to stay home and off the roads. More information
    * The MBTA will offer limited service on Monday. MBTA transit updates
    * Temperatures are expected to plummet after the storm passes. Temperature map
    * Some roads in South Boston have been rerouted. Map: South Boston road reconfiguration
    BostonGlobe.com 2/14/2015 6:53:42 PM
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