Crews are now racing to make room for more snow in Boston.
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.
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.
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.
City residents are scraping and shoveling out their cars from under mounds of snow.
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.
WBZ-TV’s David Robichaud found two women who plan on singing their way through the storm.
A firefighter was hit by a snow plow in Holbrook during the snowstorm on Wednesday morning.
The snowstorm grounded hundreds of flights scheduled to leave Logan Airport, leaving many passengers wondering what to do next. WBZ NewsRadio’s Carl Stevens met a woman who knew exactly what to do: she started knitting […]
Massachusetts is telling non-emergency workers to stay home on Wednesday.