BOSTON (CBS) – Up to two feet of snow fell across the Bay State on Wednesday.
WBZ has a team of reporters covering this storm from the shore to the city, and points north and west.
Many will wake up to mounds of snow Thursday morning, and have a lot of digging to do.
WBZ-TV’s Christina Hager reports.
In Natick, some residents cleared their driveways, only to have a snow plow drive by and create a new wall of snow to shovel.
WBZ-TV’s Jonathan Elias reports.
The last major snowstorm in December led to damage from beach erosion and flooding across coastal areas like Scituate. What troubles did Wednesday’s storm present?
WBZ-TV’s Bill Shields reports.
Plow drivers and other crews were hard at work all day Wednesday to ensure the city’s walkways and streets were cleared of snow. How did they do?
WBZ-TV’s Kate Merrill reports.
What happens when snow plows break during a snowstorm? Meet the plow repairmen.
WBZ-TV’s Karen Anderson reports.
The good news, for some of you, is that the snow will taper off by Thursday morning.