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Winter Storm Juno Clobbers New England With Heavy Snow, High Winds, Coastal Flooding
Winter Storm Juno Clobbers New England With Heavy Snow, High Winds, Coastal Flooding
May 19, 2024 12:04 PM

Winter Storm Juno pounded locations from Long Island to New England with heavy snow, high winds and coastal flooding late Monday into Tuesday.

The storm is now winding down. The National Weather Service has dropped all winter storm and blizzard warnings for Juno.

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The top snowfall totals from Winter Storm Juno.

Several locations in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Long Island and Rhode Islandhave picked up over 2 feet of snow.

Snow amounts in New York have ranged from 9.8 inches at Central Park in New York City to 30 inches on Long Island.

In Massachusetts, up to 36 inches of snow has been measured in Lunenburg, while Boston has seen 24.4 inches. Juno was a record snowstorm for Worcester, Massachusetts (34.5 inches). Incredibly, 31.9 inches fell in Worcester on Jan. 27, alone!

Thundersnow was reported in coastal portions of Rhode Island and Massachusetts late Monday night and early Tuesday.

For a full look at all the snow, wind and coastal flooding reports, .

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Juno: Wind and Coastal Flooding

Juno's most severe coastal flooding occurred in eastern Massachusetts, in areas most exposed to north to northeast winds gusting from 50-80 mph, at times.

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Structural damage from coastal flooding occurred particularly during the early morning high tide Tuesday in Marshfield, Plymouth, Sandwich and Scituate, Massachusetts. Four to five feet of coastal flooding was observed in Hull, Massachusetts.

Juno was named by the winter storm naming committee at The Weather Channel on Sunday morning.The name Juno is from Roman mythology, a goddess who looked after the women of Rome.

MORE ON WEATHER.COM: Photos From Winter Storm Juno

An unidentified town official helps Greg Longo, left, remove belongings from his house after it was heavily damaged by ocean waves during a winter storm in Marshfield, Mass., Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015. The storm has punched out a section of the seawall in the coastal town of Marshfield, police said. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)

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