'Last Boston-Area Snow?' One Sign Of Winter Still RemainsTemperatures are supposed to soar past 90 in New England this week, but that doesn’t mean all the snow is gone from the Boston area just yet.
Beyond The Forecast: Snow Threat Drops, But Keeping An Eye On The StormThe threat of any significant new snowfall has sharply decreased overnight, but we're still keeping an eye on this one.
Beyond The Forecast: Sunday Snow 'Glancing Blow'A classic-looking “Alberta Clipper” will be diving south into the Great Lakes early on Saturday, then it will transfer its energy and redevelop off the Virginia coast Saturday night.
Driver Injured In Brockton After Snow From Passing Truck Hits WindshieldAuthorities said the truck was going south on Route 24 when snow from its roof flew off and hit the windshield of the car, which was also traveling southbound.
Framingham Police Remind Drivers To Clear Snow From CarsA day after a nor'easter, Framingham Police pulled over many vehicles with dangerous amounts of snow on the roof.
Who Has The Most? Snow Totals From March 14 StormA late season snowstorm hit southern New England Tuesday. Here are the communities with the jackpot.
Nor'easter Causes Damage, Downed Trees Across MassachusettsThe rare March snowstorm that slammed into the northeast Tuesday brought widespread damage with it, bringing down trees and power lines.
Blizzard Declared In Lawrence As Storm Dumps Heavy Snow Across Southern New EnglandRoads around the Commonwealth were dangerous Tuesday as the winter storm dumped snow across the northeast Tuesday.
Video Roundup: New England Hit Hard By Rare March BlizzardWBZ-TV has reporters around the region as a blizzard is expected to bring more than a foot of snow to the region.
'Hallelujah,' It's A Snow Day! Mass. School Makes Creative Cancellation AnnouncementSnow days are a reason for students to rejoice.
Nor'easter Leaves Some Travelers Stranded At Logan AirportWith few exceptions, the only things flying around Logan Airport Tuesday morning were snowflakes.
Gov. Baker, Mayor Walsh To Residents: Please Stay Off Roads TuesdayThe storm is expected to start between 5 and 7 a.m. and, at its peak Tuesday afternoon, could produce snowfall rates of 2 to 4 inches per hour.