Blizzard of 2013
About 10,000 Massachusetts electric customers remain without power after last weekend’s snow storm.
Public works crews were still clearing streets and sidewalks across the city Monday, two days after the Blizzard of 2013. Now they’ll be getting some help from “strike teams.”
About 56,000 customers were still without power across Massachusetts Monday, two days after the Blizzard of 2013.
In her Nashua neighborhood Monday, Therese Currier was shoveling her sidewalk, and not waiting for any help.
Many secondary roads still have a thick coating of snow, and high snow banks that block sight lines at intersections and near highway ramps make turning and merging hazardous.
It’s a shame that we’re all held hostage to the behavior of the few who were inexplicably born without any.
With the blizzard of 2013 come and gone, towns throughout the state have begun to take stock of the damage and start cleaning up.
The MBTA reopened for limited service starting Sunday at 2 p.m., and is expecting to be back at full service for Monday morning’s commute.
Gov. Deval Patrick says Massachusetts came through the blizzard reasonably well, but about 144,000 residents are still without power.
Off-site power has been restored to the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station, two days after being knocked out by the blizzard.