March Keeps Roaring, But Emergency Crews Are Lions Too
Landry Harlan
After a month of storms, Islanders are reflecting on how they fared and looking ahead to how they can be better prepared for when the next one comes.
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Winter Storm Cancels Ferries, But Lacks Punch
Sara Brown
An early spring northeaster brought wet snow and cancelled ferries but had little other impact on the weather-beaten Vineyard.
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Power Slowly Returns as Island Recovers from Blizzard
Sara Brown
Small pockets of the Island remained without Thursday after a March blizzard lashed the Vineyard with high winds and heavy, wet snow.
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March Blizzard Sweeps in With Snow, Power Outages
Sara Brown

Blizzard conditions were widespread Tuesday with lingering wind and snow. Overnight shelters opened and Island public schools were closed Wednesday.

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Storm Causes Widespread Property Damage on Island
Julia Wells

A powerful winter northeaster that pounded the Island late last week with hurricane-force winds, astronomical high tides and heavy rains left town and beach managers scrambling to assess damage and begin repairs.

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Fierce Northeast Storm Lashes Vineyard With High Winds, Heavy Rains
Sara Brown

A ferocious northeast storm lashed the Vineyard with heavy rains and hurricane-force winds Friday, flooding roads, battering coastlines and cancelling ferries for the day.

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Storm Leaves Severe Beach Erosion, and Plumbers Are Busy
Steve Myrick

The intense winter storm followed by extremely frigid temperatures caused severe tidal erosion and sent Island plumbers scrambling on frozen pipe calls over the weekend.

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Winter Storm Batters Vineyard Coastline; Bitter Cold Follows
Julia Wells
A powerful winter storm lashed the Vineyard Thursday with rain, sleet, high winds and coastal flooding. By Friday morning ferry service was running again but on a trip-by-trip basis.
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Big Snow Storm: The Vineyard Treated to the Biggest Fall of Snow For Some Years
Vineyard Gazette
Blizzard which prevailed last Friday and Saturday was a storm which will be long remembered especially for the great fall of snow hereabouts. It is estimated that on Sunday morning some fifteen inches on the level lay upon the ground, and the drifts in many places ran from four to six feet in height. No mail from the mainland was received from Thursday evening until Saturday night, when Steamer Uncatena arrived at 7:15 from New Bedford with Friday’s and Saturday’s mails - four mails altogether.
 
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Cold Moves In, Island Digs Out After Winter Storm
Sara Brown
Martha's Vineyard woke up to a cold, white world on Friday, the day after a winter storm that pounded the Northeast brought heavy, wet snow and wind, causing widespread power outages.
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