Rich moisture feed helped blizzard bury Northeast

Climate Central: The weekend blizzard in the Northeast, dubbed "Nemo" by The Weather Channel, socked the region with stunning snowfall totals of more than 3 feet in some places. A persistent band of extremely heavy snow, with snowfall rates in excess of 4 inches per hour, sat over parts of Connecticut and Massachusetts for several hours during the height of the storm, resulting in the snow jackpot of 40 inches in Hamden, Conn. The amazing snowfall totals were, in part, the result of the rich tropical moisture......

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