Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Phew…it’s been a busy week. Our Executive Weather Producer Terry Eliasen put together a great blog on the ‘numbers of the blizzard of 2015′ that you can read […]
Heavy snow buildup can not only cause dangerous conditions on roadways, but can also cause potentially hazardous ice dams on building rooftops.
Two full days after the snow stopped falling, it is still accumulating on some Boston sidewalks.
With nearly two feet of snow on most side streets in Massachusetts, many have yet to dig out from the Blizzard of 2015, one website hopes to solve that problem.
Now that winter storm Juno has come and gone. we can once again focus on the things that matter in life – like the Super Bowl.
Let the cleanup in Boston begin, but the question is where to put all the snow with more than two feet piled up in the city.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker visited some of the areas hit hardest by the two-day blizzard that left up to three feet of snow in some communities.
It looks like we are headed full speed ahead into a prolonged stretch of bitter cold and snow.
Power is slowly being restored on Nantucket after the Blizzard of 2015 knocked out electricity, internet and cell phone service to the island on Tuesday.
The National Weather Service reports that blizzard conditions were indeed met.