Last week’s two-day winter storm might just have been winter’s last punch.
There’s no snow, but several towns are enforcing winter parking bans and even handing out hundreds of tickets.
First it was Hurricane Irene, then a freak October snowstorm. Westford had used all their snow days by Halloween.
Without the extended deep freeze common in most winters, insects and pests like winter moths will be more numerous.
Missing the snow, ice, and relentless bitter cold? Not me, friend, no way.
January is on track to follow December’s lead with very little snow in Boston.
It’s possible to be happy here even in extreme weather conditions – you just have to prepare. Here are eight items you need to have in order to combat the Boston winter’s attempt to put your happiness in a headlock.
The lack of snow this winter has been tough for the ski resorts, but for most restaurants, less snow means more business.
The lack of snow this season hasn’t just been unusual. It has been historic.
You aren’t the only one experiencing cabin fever this winter — your dog is too. Lucky for both of you, the Boston area has several solutions for beating the winter blues, both indoors and out.