Winter Weather

(Photo Courtesy: Charlie Zapolski)

Snow Totals: Who Has The Most?

Here are the latest snowfall totals from the National Weather Service and SKYWARN for the February 5 storm.


A car rolled over in Rt. 128 north in Gloucester. (State Police)

Dozens Of Crashes Reported Statewide

The State Police are reporting dozens of accidents across the state.



Wednesday Snow Storm Timeline

If you were hoping to wake up, turn on WBZ and hear the meteorologists apologizing for a missed forecast, sorry to disappoint. No last minute right hand turn, the storm is still coming, in fact it is already here.


People walk past snow covered newspaper boxes on Congress Street after an overnight snow storm January 3, 2014 in Boston, Massachusetts. The storm began mid day Thursday and has affected millions across much of the Northeast with heavy snow causing thousands of cancelled flights and bringing coastal flooding. (Photo by Darren McCollester/Getty Images)

Patrick, Walsh: State, Boston, Ready For Storm

Mayor Marty Walsh says the city is ready to handle a beating from Mother Nature.


Malden Supt. David DeRuosi (WBZ-TV)

Snow Day: How Malden Made The Decision To Cancel Classes

In Malden, School Superintendent David DeRuosi met with the city’s snow emergency team, consisting of police, fire and other city officials.



Parking Bans And Snow Emergencies For Feb. 5 Storm

The following communities have announced snow emergencies and parking bans for the February 5 snow storm.


Storm Map

Close To A Foot Of Heavy, Wet Snow Coming Wednesday

Most areas will get 8-to-12 inches of snow Wednesday and several towns will be reporting 9, 10 and 11-inch amounts.


(Photo credit CESAR MANSO/AFP/Getty Images)

Weekend Storm Could Bring Several Inches Of Snow

So by now you have likely heard the rumors…the weather world is a buzz about the potential for a weekend storm here in New England.



Winter Storms This Weekend; Likely To Affect Monday AM Commute

Here we go! Snow is in the forecast not once but twice this weekend, break out the shovels and boots, winter is about to get serious! We are tracking two wintry storms.


(Photo courtesy: Suzanne Lussier)

Put The Shovels Away, Winter Is Finally Over!

We may not see 32 degrees in Boston again until next Fall.