(Concord) It was time for snow removal in New England on Wednesday morning, after some areas were buried under nearly a meter of snow in the past few hours.

Powerful winds and colder than normal weather were also on the menu.

89 centimeters of snowflakes accumulated in Peterborough, New Hampshire, and Ashby, Massachusetts, according to the US National Weather Service.

At least 60 centimeters fell in upstate New York and the Catskills Mountains, while the Indian Lake region of the Adirondacks received just under 80 centimeters.

Between 25,000 and 30,000 customers were without power in Vermont, Massachusetts and New York State as of Wednesday morning, according to poweroutage.us. There were approximately 50,000 outages in Maine and 65,000 in New Hampshire.

The dome of an inflatable arena collapsed in Goffstown, New Hampshire, under the weight of about 40 centimeters of snow. It is not known if anyone was inside or if the incident resulted in injuries.

Several cows were killed when a barn collapsed on a dairy farm in Dracut, Massachusetts.

At the height of the storm on Tuesday, about 2,100 flights to or from the United States had been canceled, mostly around New York and Boston. Several schools were using a modified schedule on Wednesday after closing their doors the day before.