Bursts of light snow will head into the region anytime after 2 p.m. and will continue as light snow. It will mix in with sleet and freezing rain later this evening into the early overnight.
Massachusetts is getting serious about getting people out of their cars and into biking, walking and more use of public and private transit.
A new study ranks Massachusetts as the fifth worse commute in the country.
Right now, it appears that a light-to-moderate snow accumulation is likely in all of the higher elevations in western Massachusetts, southern Vermont, southwest New Hampshire and northern Worcester County.
Chelsea Street in East Boston is closed to traffic until further notice due to the ongoing work at the site of a building collapse this weekend.
While Car-Free week is a well-meaning stunt it’s no substitute for a serious, long-term commitment to ditching the car.
The first full day of spring and snow is falling across much of the area.
Two storms are headed straight for New England this week.
The MBTA and Commuter Rail have been plagued with problems this week, and Wednesday night seems to be no different.
The wintry mix falling across Massachusetts on Tuesday meant for a slick commute. How did the winter storm affect traffic? WBZ-TV sent reporters to all of the trouble spots to check on the evening commute.