Smooth operators: Valley has Blizzard of 2015 under control

RYAN HUTTON/ Staff photo A North Andover plow operated by Chris Spanks carves a path down Waverly Road during Tuesday morning's storm.

At least 2 feet of snow was expected in most of Massachusetts during a howling blizzard that started Monday and is still going strong as of noon Tuesday. Here's a look at how cities and towns North of Boston have been faring. 

Check out the buried cars in Lawrence: 

Staff reporter Mike LaBella gives us an update on Haverhill:

And reporter Shannon Flynn estimates Salem, New Hampshire has received about 3 feet of snow so far:

Swampscott's seas have calmed down but the snow is still coming down Tuesday afternoon:

Here's Rockport today:

Gloucester Assistant Fire Chief Tom Aiello gives an update on how things are going in Gloucester:

The wind was gusting at Salisbury Beach:

Staff reporter Ethan Forman's video shows snowfall in Swampscott overnight, as measured by gnome:

Here's a look at Route 114 in Lawrence and North Andover at daybreak:

And here's the Marblehead Neck causeway early Tuesday morning, shut down due to flooding at high tide:

Here's downtown Danvers:

All was quiet at Cabot and Bennett streets in Beverly this morning:

And just outside downtown Salem, Mass.:

People are trying to get ahead of the storm in Methuen:

And in Danvers:

In Windham, New Hampshire, it didn't matter that staff photographer Ken Yuszkus had his driveway shoveled out this morning — the road was impassable:

Salem, Mass., firefighters helped dig out one of their own, whose car got stuck trying to get to work this morning:

Staff photographer Ryan Hutton rode along with a snowplow driver this morning:

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