(Photo Credit: Bill R.)

Mass. Gets Federal Aid For October Storm Cleanup

President Obama has signed a major disaster declaration to help recovery from the late October snowstorm that affected central and western parts of Mass.


The snow pile at The Loop in Methuen in January 2011. (credit: P. McLellan)

How Much Snow Will We Get This Winter?

The October Nor’easter we just lived through is making a lot of people nervous about the coming winter.


The snow hit early and hard in Gardner. (Photo from Claude)

Patrick: Could Take Days To Restore Power

The first snowstorm of the season came early and came with fury.


File image (credit: AP)

Who Has The Most Snow?

Special thanks to the Skywarn Weather Spotter network for helping collect snowfall totals from around the region.


Snow banks may be covering the exhaust for your furnace or heating system.

Crews Racing To Make Room For More Snow In Boston

Crews are now racing to make room for more snow in Boston.


Weather Winter Storm Projections For Jan. 21

Plowable Snow Coming For Friday Commute

Get ready for one more messy commute this week. Snow will begin to fall between 3 and 5 a.m. Friday and quickly taper off between noon and 2.


(AP Photo)

Curious About A Law Against Having Snow On Your Vehicle

It’s been days since our last snowstorm ended, but you can still see some people driving around with snow piled on the roof of their cars.


The approaching storm could cause damage to roofs that still have snow on them.

Approaching Winter Storm Causing Concern For Roofs

Our next storm on Tuesday will deliver a mix of snow, ice and rain. Our most recent snowfall has become a very dense compact heavy snowpack.


(credit: Kim Tunnicliffe)

Boston Residents Digging Out From Snowstorm

City residents are scraping and shoveling out their cars from under mounds of snow.


A snow covered tree drapes a car in the Roslindale MBTA parking lot, January 12, 2011. (photo courtesy: Sue Dahling Sullivan)

The Snowy Scene In Towns Across Massachusetts

Up to two feet of snow fell across the Bay State on Wednesday. WBZ-TV has a team of reporters covering this storm from the shore to the city, and points north and west.





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