PHOTOS: 20 Images Showing the Impact of Saturday's Historic Winter Storm

The blizzard brought over 2 feet of snow to parts of the region

Over 2 feet of snow fell in parts of Massachusetts on Sunday.

The blizzard was a historic one, bringing the region's second largest one-day snowfall totals ever.

Below are some of the images from Saturday's storm and Sunday's cleanup, courtesy of NBC10 Boston photographer Mark Garfinkel:

Plows clear the Southeast Expressway in Boston on Saturday morning.
The snow painted a pretty scene in Revere on Saturday morning.
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A bicyclist braved the snow in Revere on Saturday morning.
This plow was clearing streets in Lynn on Saturday morning.
Revere Beach Boulevard appeared abandoned on Saturday morning.
A lone pedestrian walks along Revere Beach Boulevard on Saturday morning.
Police are monitoring the high tide on Saturday morning at Revere Beach.
Waves crash over the sea wall at Revere Beach on Saturday morning.
Another shot of the waves at Revere Beach.
Crews attempt to deal with flooding on the Winthrop Parkway on Saturday morning.
A car traverses the flooded Winthrop Parkway on Saturday.
A plow truck clears roads at the Winthrop Parkway near the Revere line on Saturday.
A dog and its owner go for a walk Saturday morning.
Waves crash over the sea wall on Saturday morning.
A dog gets a closer look at Saturday's snowfall.
A plow truck makes its way through flood waters on Saturday morning.
A view of the Boston skyline from behind a snow pile on Sunday morning.
A resident digs out from the storm in Winthrop on Sunday morning.
Crews work to remove snow at Boston Logan International Airport on Sunday.
Residents clear snow on Sunday morning in Winthrop.
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