Strong snowfall on Southeastern Mass. towns and cities

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February 15, 2014, 6:20 pm
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(NECN: Nicole Jacobs, Plymouth, Mass.) - Plymouth, Mass. and the surrounding towns and cities are expecting upwards of a foot of snow when Saturday's Nor'easter ultimately comes to a close.

The snow is already falling at a strong clip. The wind is picking up and temperatures are dropping. The storm will only intensify as the evening progresses.

Few cars are on the roadways, though plow trucks are out in full force treating the roads.

Plymouth DPW has 85 contracted trucks on the roads and 50 of their own trucks out as well.

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Tags: massachusetts, New England, Plymouth, winter storm, nicole jacobs
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