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Nor’easter Strikes on the First Day of Spring

Steady snowfall made for a sloppy Monday morning commute across much of New England, after forecasts predicted a heavy storm.

A vehicle drives though slushy but relatively uncovered roads as snow started to fall as part of a spring snowstorm hitting the Northeastern United States in Norfolk, Massachusetts, on March 21, 2016. The storm was predicted to drop a maximum of about 8 inches in parts of Northern Maine, around 6 inches in the Boston area and less than an 1 inch in New York City. MATT CAMPBELL / EPA
A pedestrian wears shorts while walking on Boston Common during a snow storm on the second day of spring in Boston, on March 21. BRIAN SNYDER / Reuters
Pedestrians walk on Boston Common during a snow storm on the second day of spring in Boston, on March 21. BRIAN SNYDER / Reuters
Shawn Peters clears snow from the sidewalk on Sandwich Street in Plymouth, Massachusetts on March 21. Matthew Cavanaugh / Getty Images
Siblings Leo, Max and Zoe Zavrachy, on vacation from Ireland, ride down a snow covered hill on Boston Common during the snow storm on the second day of spring in Boston, on March 21. BRIAN SNYDER / Reuters
People walk in Times Square as snow falls down during the first day of spring in New York, March 20. EDUARDO MUNOZ / Reuters

Purple flowers are covered in snow during the second day of spring in New Jersey, on March 21.

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The wintry coastal storm brought snow and rain to the region of in Greenwich, Connecticut on March 21. TIMOTHY A CLARY / AFP - Getty Images
People try to take pictures in Times Square as snow falls down during the first day of spring in New York, March 20. EDUARDO MUNOZ / Reuters
Daniel Cardona clears snow from a sidewalk in the East Boston neighborhood of Boston, on March 21. Southeastern Massachusetts, including Boston and Rhode Island could get several inches of snow through Monday morning. Michael Dwyer / AP