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A dangerous winter storm churned Friday into the Northeast as forecasters warned of a whiteout.

Bert Johnson takes a break while clearing snow from a bus-stop bench outside the apartment complex where he lives in Portland, Maine, Feb. 10. Robert F. Bukaty / AP
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard University students have a snow ball fight in Cambridge, Mass. on Feb. 10, following a winter blizzard which dumped up to 40 inches of snow with hurricane force winds. Brian Snyder / Reuters
Cars are buried by snow near Hamden, Conn., Feb. 10, in the aftermath of a storm that hit Connecticut and much of the New England states. Craig Ruttle / AP
A City of Boston snow machine operator informs a couple that they will need to shovel their car out all over again after he clears the snow from their unplowed street in Boston, Feb. 10. Winslow Townson / AP
Scotty Black, a power lineman from South Carolina, treks through thigh deep snow while trying to find the source of a downed feeder line, that services three towns, in Norwell, Mass., Feb. 10. Charles Krupa / AP
Cheryl Roegner of the North End neighborhood of Boston, sits in the sun and the snow on a bench in Paul Revere Mall next to a snow sculpture she says she did not have a hand in making, Feb. 10, in the North End neighborhood of Boston. Gene J. Puskar / AP
Peter Bloom digs his car out of a parking lot at sunrise, Feb. 10, in Portland, Maine. Robert F. Bukaty / AP
With more than a hundred trucks waiting to deploy, National Grid and utility workers from South Carolina meet on the hood of a pick-up truck to discuss their plan to re-energize towns that are without power at the Hanover Mall in Hanover, Mass., Feb. 10. A storm across the Northeast left the New York-to-Boston corridor shrouded in 1 to 3 feet of snow Saturday, stranding motorists on highways overnight and piling up drifts so high that some homeowners couldn't get their doors open. More than 650,000 homes and businesses were left without electricity. Charles Krupa / AP
The roads in the Seaport area of Boston are clear and open early Sunday morning, Feb. 10. Gene J. Puskar / AP
Snow covers cars along Third Street in South Boston Saturday, Feb. 9. A storm packing hurricane-force wind gusts and blizzard conditions swept through the Northeast overnight. Gene J. Puskar / AP
Friends Dela, 8, left, and Charlotte, 8, slide down stairs in Brooklyn, N.Y., on Feb. 9. Residents started to clean up after a massive snowstorm dumped up to three feet of snow on parts of the Northeast. Jonathan Sanger / NBC News
Mary Leahy shovels out her sidewalk during a blizzard in Medford, Mass., Feb. 9. Jessica Rinaldi / Reuters
The ocean overflows the sea wall on Winthrop Shore Drive, Feb. 9, in Winthrop, Mass. Darren Mccollester / Getty Images
People shovel snow as floodwaters flow down Coral Street, Feb. 9, in Winthrop, Mass. Darren Mccollester / Getty Images
A man makes his way through the snow in Cambridge, Mass., on Feb. 9. Nicolaus Czarnecki / Zuma Press
Peter Webster sleds down Chestnut Street with his children William, center, and Georgia in Boston, Mass., Feb. 9, during a winter blizzard. Brian Snyder / Reuters
People take pictures in Times Square in New York, Feb. 9. Eric Thayer / Reuters
Brooklyn residents shovel their sidewalks on Feb. 9 after getting around 8 inches of snow overnight. Jonathan Sanger / NBC News
A man rides down a hill on a toboggan, chased by his dog, in Central Park in New York, Feb. 9. Carlo Allegri / Reuters
A man shovels snow along Winthrop Shore Drive, Feb. 9, in Winthrop, Mass. Darren Mccollester / Getty Images
A pedestrian makes his way through snow in the Back Bay neighborhood, Feb. 8, in Boston, Mass. Mario Tama / Getty Images
Pedestrians walk through Times Square on Friday night in New York. Frank Franklin II / AP
A woman plays with her dogs as snow accumulates along Commonwealth Avenue in Boston during what is forecasted to be a major winter snow storm. Brian Snyder / Reuters
Vehicles follow plows as snow from a blizzard begins to accumulate in Foxborough, Mass. on Friday. The National Weather Service has predicted the storm will dump more than two to three feet (60cm-90cm) of snow on the state. Matt Campbell / EPA
A worker closes the gate of the Copley Station of the MBTA subway in Boston on Friday. Public transportation was suspended because of the storm. Brian Snyder / Reuters
Lilah Watt gets some interference from her 6-month-old puppy, Willa, as she shovels snow on Friday, Feb. 8, in Montpelier, Vt. Toby Talbot / AP
Tow truck operator Shawn Juhre sets up road safety reflectors before towing a car out of a ditch during a snow storm in Buffalo, N.Y., Friday, Feb. 8. David Duprey / AP
A pedestrian walks into wind-driven snow in Boston, Massachusetts on Friday, Feb. 8, at the beginning of what is forecasted to be a major winter snow storm. Brian Snyder / Reuters
A group of men help push a sports car up a snow-covered street in Portland, Maine, Friday, Feb. 8. The storm is expected to dump up to two feet of snow on the region. Robert F. Bukaty / AP
Rasmus Thomsen of Denmark works on his computer as he waits at Boston Logan International Airport after flights were cancelled or delayed due to the storm, Feb. 8. Bizuayehu Tesfaye / Reuters
Morning rush hour pedestrians make their way to work on Delancey St., Feb. 8, 2013 in New York. A storm poised to dump up to 3-feet of snow from New York City to Boston and beyond beginning Friday could be one for the record books, forecasters warned, as residents scurried to stock up on food and water and road crews readied salt and sand. Mary Altaffer / AP
A worker shovels snow off the steps of the Boston Public Library on Friday. A blizzard blew into the northeastern United States on Friday, cutting short the workweek for millions who feared being stranded as state officials ordered roads closed ahead of what forecasters said could be record-setting snowfall. Brian Snyder / Reuters
A woman tries to shield herself from wind and precipitation as the beginnings of a large winter storm hit the New York area on Feb. 8. Justin Lane / EPA
A pedestrian walks through the snow in Washington Park on Friday, Feb. 8 in Albany, N.Y. Mike Groll / AP
Marissa Blake carries a snow shovel and boxes of Girl Scout cookies while walking home in Boston's North End as snow starts to fall on Feb. 8. Elise Amendola / AP
Cars are stuck in traffic as a winter storm arrives Feb. 8 in Newington, N.H. Snow began to fall around the Northeast on Friday at the start of what's predicted to be a massive, possibly historic blizzard, and residents scurried to stock up on food and supplies ahead of the storm. Jim Cole / AP
Jack Percoco of Cambridge, Mass. reaches into depleted shelves for milk at a supermarket in Somerville, Mass., Feb. 8. A major winter storm is heading toward the U.S. Northeast with up to 2 feet of snow expected for a Boston-area region that has seen mostly bare ground this winter. Elise Amendola / AP
Jose Echevarria delivers gas to a station that is completely out in Ellington, Conn., Friday, Feb. 8. Many stations in the area are out due to a pending storm poised to dump up to 3 feet of snow from New York City to Boston and beyond beginning Friday. Jessica Hill / AP
Workers shovel snow outside Fashion Week at Lincoln Center in New York on Feb. 8. Andrew H. Walker / Getty Images
Snowfalls in front of parked snowplows at a New York Department of Sanitation depot in Brooklyn, N.Y., on Feb. 8. A storm poised to dump up to 3-feet of snow from New York City to Boston and beyond beginning Friday could be one for the record books, forecasters warned, as residents scurried to stock up on food and water and road crews readied salt and sand. Mark Lennihan / AP
Sanitation worker Jimmy White attaches chains to tires at a New York City Department of Sanitation facility on Feb. 7 as the northeastern U.S. prepared for a major snowstorm. Justin Lane / EPA
NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 09: A person crosses a snow covered street on February 9, 2013 in New York City. A powerful winter storm knocked out power to an estimated 650,000 and dumped more than two feet of snow on parts of the northeast. (Photo by Michael Heiman/Getty Images) Michael Heiman / Getty Images