BOSTON (CBS) – The weather is so warm in Boston, that the city is already fixing potholes.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Karen Twomey reports

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The city’s pothole fixing machine nicknamed “Potzilla” hit the road Thursday, patching some spots.

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Potholes are not as big of a problem this year due to the lack of the usual freezing and thawing that comes with a typical New England winter.

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City Public Works Commissioner Joanne Massaro says they usually finish patching in March. Since December, Massaro says they have patched 2,500 potholes.