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    Boston snow resources

    A shopper bought a shovel at Woodside ACE Hardware in Winthrop.
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    A shopper bought a shovel at Woodside ACE Hardware in Winthrop.

    Forecasters say a blizzard could bring up to three feet of snow to the region starting Monday afternoon. Follow the storm, get information on power outages and tips for cleanup with the links and information compiled below.

    RELATED: Live coverage from the Globe

    Track the storm

    National Weather Service alerts | Radar | Expected snowfall

    Interactive map: Snow totals in Mass. and the Northeast | Temperatures

    Travel information

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    All flights into and out of Logan International Airport will be canceled as early as 7:30 p.m. Monday. Crews are scheduled to stay at the airport to maintain runways in hopes of resuming flights Wednesday morning. Governor Charlie Baker has issued a ban on non-essential driving starting at 12 a.m. Tuesday, and the MBTA will run a regular schedule Monday before shutting down Tuesday.

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    Find updates below:

    Logan Airport:

    Facebook: Facebook.com/BostonLogan

    Twitter: @BostonLogan

    Check flights at Logan

    Officials with the MBTA hope to keep travel open

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    MBTA:

    MBTA winter weather updates

    Twitter: @MBTA

    Peter Pan Bus Lines:

    Peter Pan Bus Lines Weather Cancellations

    Schools

    Boston schools will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday. Other systems are making decisions about classes as the storm bears down.

    CBSBoston.com: School closings in the area

    Power outages

    Interactive map: Power outages

    Tips for dealing with an outage in cold weather

    National Grid:

    The company’s Outage Central website can be found at https://www1.nationalgridus.com/OutageCentralHub (use this website to report outages online, or check the utility’s outage map and restoration estimates)

    To report an outage by phone call 1-800-465-1212

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    To speak with someone in customer service call 1-800-322-3223 (people who use respirators or other life support equipment should register that equipment before the storm using this line)

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NationalGridMA

    Twitter: @nationalgridus

    NSTAR:

    The company’s Storm Center website can be found at http://www.nstar.com/residential/storm_center/ (use this website to report outages online, or check the utility’s outage map and restoration estimates)

    -To report an outage by phone or speak with someone in customer service call 1-800-592-2000

    Facebook:Facebook.com/NSTARmedia

    Twitter: @NSTAR_News

    Western Massachusetts Electric Co.:

    The company’s Storm Center website can be found at http://www.wmeco.com/Community/StormCenter/Default.aspx (use this website to check the utility’s outage map and restoration estimates)

    To report an outage call 413-781-4300 within the Springfield calling area or 877-OK-WMECO (877-659-6326) outside of the Springfield calling area

    Facebook: Facebook.com/WMECo

    Twitter: @wmeco

    Unitil

    The company’s Outage Center website can be found at http://www.unitil.com/outage-center (use this website to report outages online, or check the utility’s outage map and restoration times)

    To report an outage by phone call 1-888-301-7700

    Facebook: Facebook.com/Unitil

    Twitter: @Unitil

    More info on utilities

    City of Boston snow emergency

    The city of Boston will declare a parking ban and snow emergency.

    Call the mayor’s 24-hour hotline: 617-635-4500

    CityofBoston.gov: Snow emergency info