nor'easter


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nor'east·er

 (nôr-ē′stər)
n.
A northeaster.
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html) canceled  Wednesday, as Tuesday's nor'easter lashed Massachusetts carrying high winds and swiftly falling snow, leading to blinding blizzard conditions in several areas, including Boston.
The nor'easter follows two storms that rumbled up the East Coast this month, killing at least nine people and knocking out power to about 2.
PSEG-LI said 91,734 customers lost power as a result of the March 7 nor'easter with electricity restored as of Saturday.
More than 800,000 customers were without power in the Northeast, including some who have been without electricity since last Friday's destructive nor'easter.
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08 (ANI): A second Nor'easter storm in less than a week hit New York on Wednesday, causing hundreds of flights to be cancelled during the day.
Hydro One announced today that it has mobilized approximately 175 employees to help restore power following the devastating nor'easter in Boston and Baltimore.
A 3-foot tidal surge brought on by the nor'easter along the Massachusetts coast was the highest recorded in nearly a century.
In Ed Brotak's article, "Winter Weather Woes" (Page 36 in the November/December 2017 issue) he states that a Nor'easter is a storm that comes right on up the East Coast.
In fact, 300 of our employees and contractors returned to Florida last week after helping restore power in Maine that was impacted by a Nor'easter last month.
Enduring the nor'easter, a bluebird enters a half-town, a
And Michael McKenna at Nor'easter Entertainment Magazine says, "'20th Century Man' is a rockin' monster