Boston received 15.1” of snow over the span of Thursday and Friday just beating out the old #5 storm.
Gov. Deval Patrick said the state appears to have handled the Nor’easter well.
Labor Day implies that summer is over and the school year is about to start, and for many of us this feels more like the beginning of a new year than January first.
There is plenty of winter left. Boston averages nearly 20 inches of total snow in the months of February and March.
Massachusetts unemployment rate remained at 8.3% in January while the state added 5,600 jobs.
This winter we’ve had our fair share of snow, but it hasn’t broken any records yet. It has raised some questions, though.