Governor Charlie Baker, speaking from the Framingham emergency bunker, says that as the snow continues to fall heavily, there have not been any major emergencies or injuries.

The largest snowfall and winds are on the coast, where there will be another high tide cycle at 4 o’clock.

Until then, the governor says he’s cautiously optimistic.

Only about 150 people are staying in the 40 warming shelters set up around the state. And MEMA, the Red Cross and utilities are monitoring power outages on large screens in the command center.

Other highlights from the governor:

--Heaviest accumulation is 13" in Sandwich. The hardest hit areas are along the coast.

--Strongest winds were on Nantucket, clocking at 78 miles per hour.

--No major emergencies or injuries related to the storm.

--There are about 10 thousand power outages in Massachusetts, primarily on the coast and Cape Cod.