Meteorologists have reported that the storm was classified as a bomb cyclone, which is caused when air pressure rapidly drops within a short period of time. This is what is said to contribute to the strong winds and heavy blowing snow.
A few showers on east-facing coastal areas and the Cape today. It will be windy today and tomorrow with more sun inland than at the coast. Sun and clouds the rest of the week with highs around 60 degrees inland and 55 degrees in coastal areas.