The following communities have announced snow emergencies and parking bans for the February 14 storm.
Even numbered streets will be open only to westbound traffic while odd numbered streets will be eastbound in South Boston until April 1.
A parking ban will be in effect throughout Boston as of 10 p.m. Saturday night.
All late night MBTA commuter services will shut down Saturday night and stay closed all day Sunday in anticipation of the weekend snow storm, the transportation agency announced Friday.
Here’s what we can expect Saturday night into Sunday.
Two new snow melters were put into action on Friday, turning the snow and ice into steamy water.
As another storm is ready to pummel the Northeast, climate change experts offer an explanation of why record-breaking amounts of precipitation may become a norm for the region.
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As a nor’easter prepares to pummel the Northeast, environmentalists have turned to climate change to explain this season’s storms.
Students at Boston Public Schools will have another snow day on Tuesday.