We are still expecting a widespread 18-to-24 inches or more from this storm, with some isolated areas possibly getting 30 inches.
This could turn out to be a top 5 snowstorm for Boston. There have only been 6 other storms (on record since 1892) when Boston has received 20+ inches of snow from one storm.
All of the pieces are starting to come together for a potentially historic Nor’easter for Southern New England.
The snowstorm Friday will be big, but will it be historic and rival some of the legendary storms of Boston’s past? The short answer is it just might.
People across Massachusetts have begun stocking up before the potentially historic storm hits New England Friday.
Each model now shows significant snowfall impacting southern New England, with the heart of the storm occurring from Friday evening through early Saturday morning.
There will be no hype here, just the plain old facts as we see them right now, about 72 hours ahead of any sort of storm on Friday.
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley says her office will defend the more than $24 million in fines issued by state regulators against appeals that have since been filed by three electric utilities.
Here’s the latest on Saturday’s storm.
Models have had a difficult time thus far nailing down a track for this one, but at this point I see two potential scenarios for Saturday.