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How are the NE cities hit by the snowstorm doing? Watch it here

map_specnewsdct-43_ltst_4namus_enus_485x273By The Weather Channel, Special to EyesOnNews.com, Jan 27, 2015 – Winter Storm Juno has pounded parts of the Northeast with heavy snow, high winds and coastal flooding. Here are several websites where you can watch LIVE weather cams. In addition, you can watch The Weather Channel Live on your computer:

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(FORECAST: Winter Storm Juno Forecast | Commuter Forecast)

Snow from Winter Storm Juno first fell in parts of the Upper Midwest and Ohio Valley, before targeting the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. Juno’s greatest impacts are happening now in New England.

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Below are some notable snow totals that we have seen as of 1:00 p.m. Tuesday.

Connecticut

– 23 inches in Waterford
– 21.5 inches in Marlborough
– 4.9 inches at Bradley Int’l Airport in Windsor Locks
– 4.0 inches in New Haven
– 3.5 inches in Bridgeport

Maine

– 15.9 inches near Portland
– 15.0 inches in Yarmouth
– 12 inches in Hope

Maryland

– 6.0 inches in Cascade
– 3.0 inches in Hagerstown
– 1.0 inch at Baltimore-Washington Int’l Airport

Massachusetts

– 30 inches in Framingham
– 25.0 inches in Worcester
– 21 inches in Plymouth
– 20.8 inches at Boston’s Logan Int’l Airport
– 19 inches in Natick

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