LIVE MAP: National Grid Power Outages

Wednesday, March 14, 2018
GoLocalProv News Team

Widespread outages could hit Central MA. Check the Live Map direct from NationalGrid here on GoLocal to find out which neighborhoods are without power.  

Thanks to National Grid, the source of the tracking.

  • #10 Blizzard of February 2006

    Dates: February 11-13, 2006

    Accumulation: Approximately 22 inches

    This Nor'easter interrupted everybody's Valentine's Day plans, and resulted in coastal flooding and heavy snow.

  • #9 Blizzard of December 2010

    Dates: December 22-29, 2010

    Accumulation: Approximately 24 inches

    A State of Emergency was declared in Boston when this Christmas storm hit and kept families home for the holidays. Worcester saw two feet of snow during this white Christmas.

  • #8 NEMO 2013

    Dates: February 7-18, 2013

    Accumulation: Approximately 25 inches

    NEMO singlehandedly shut down every road in Worcester. Dropping more than two feet of snow in the city, a driving ban was put into effect.

  • #7 Nor'Easter of '69

    Dates: February 8-10, 1969

    Accumulation: Approximately 26 inches

    Bryan Adams didn't write a song about Nor'Easter of '69 because it would have been miserable to listen to. Even worse to experience.

  • #6 Blizzard of February 2003

    Dates: February 14-19, 2003

    Accumulation: Approximately 27.5 inches

    This storm interrupted both Valentine's Day and President's Day. Named 'President's Day Storm II,' this storm set a record in Boston with more than 27 inches.

  • #5 Blizzard of January 1996

    Dates: January 6-10, 1996

    Accumulation: Approximately 30 inches

    Not even a week into 1996, this storm blanketed parts of Massachusetts with upwards of 30 inches of snow. It is one of two blizzards to receive an “extreme” rating on the Northeast Snowfall Impact Scale.

  • #4 Blizzard of February 1978

    Dates: February 5-7, 1978

    Accumulations: Approximately 32 inches

    Many in the Worcester area argue that this is the worst storm the city has ever seen. 73 people in Massachusetts died because of this storm. At the time, it set a Boston record for 32 inches of snow over a 2 day period. 

  • #3 April Fool's Blizzard of 1997

    Dates: March 30 - April 1, 1997

    Accumulations: Approximately 33 inches

    This storm wasn't messing around with anyone. Over three days, and ending on April Fool's Day, the storm dropped 33 inches of snow on Central MA.

  • #2 Blizzard of January 2005

    Dates: January 20-23, 2005

    Accumulations: Approximately 40 inches

    This three-day storm droppped nearly 40 inches of snow in Central Massachusetts over a 3 day period.

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