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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Vineyarders Shovel Out after First Snowstorm of Year
Sara Brown
The Vineyard was digging out Sunday after the first snowstorm of the year left almost a foot of snow and largely shuttered the Island Saturday.
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A Terrific Storm Sweeps the Coast, Causing Many Wrecks and Loss of Life
Vineyard Gazette
Saturday night and most of Sunday the fiercest storm in many years prevailed over the northern and eastern part of the country. The damage by the storm will aggregate several millions of dollars along the entire New England coast, not to mention the loss inland. Sea-faring men declare that not in the last half century has there been a gale so severe to shipping interests as this.
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Island Digs Out After Daylong Storm Brings Snow, Coastal Flooding
Sara Brown
Ferries were cancelled and schools and town offices shuttered Monday as a winter storm moved through the Vineyard, bringing blizzard conditions for nearly five hours.
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What's That in the Fields? Blizzard Leaves Rare Snow Rollers
Sara Brown

The weekend blizzard left a rare calling card: cylindrical hunks of snow called snow rollers strewn across Vineyard fields.

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Firefighters Brave Blizzard Conditions to Quell Garage Blaze
Steve Myrick
Firefighters and emergency personnel faced high winds and driving snow Saturday at a garage fire in Edgartown.
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Martha's Vineyard Digs Out after Blizzard Lashes Island
Sara Brown
A blizzard battered the Vineyard Saturday with high winds and heavy snow, causing power outages and ferry cancellations.
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Year in Weather: Big Blizzards, Sunny Summer
Steve Myrick
Hot enough for you? The quintessential New England weather cliche is usually reserved for July, or August, not December, with church bells ringing carols, flip-flops observed and people hanging out on the Island Home’s weather deck.
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Blizzard of Snow Removal Bills Puts Big Dent in Town Budgets
Alex Elvin

Mountains of snow and ice have piled up around the Vineyard — in parks and parking lots and along roads — following two major storms that have tested Island plow crews and depleted municipal snow removal budgets.

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