Some homes and businesses from Maine to Michigan and into Canada that have been without electricity since last weekend’s ice may not get their power back for another day — or longer.
In Massachusetts, icy commutes and heavy fog were reported in the Methuen and Wilmington areas as well as other locations along the New Hampshire border.
Power outages continue to climb through the tens of thousands in northern New England this morning along with damage reports from accumulating ice in northern VT and parts of Maine. How is this storm going […]
Ice is building up on trees and bringing down power lines in northern New England, leaving thousands of homes and business in Vermont and Maine without electricity.
Freezing rain, sleet and snow was forecast to move into northern New England on Saturday amid warnings of a possible ice storm that could make travel difficult and cause widespread outages in parts of Vermont, Maine and New Hampshire.
Officials are warning residents in parts of northern New England to be prepared for a possible ice storm.
Attorney General Martha Coakley wants the state to do more to compensate utility customers who suffer lengthy power outages after severe storms.
Gov. Deval Patrick has urged that all non-emergency employees working in the Executive Branch of state government to stay home from work on Wednesday due to the threat of snow, ice, and rain.
Conditions are not going to improve much during the day today, in fact they will likely get worse for areas north and west of Boston.
Chances are that your yard is filled with branches covered in snow and ice. How do you prepare your trees for this week’s storm?