Andy Woodruff reports somebody on Kinnaird Street in Cambridge has ruined at least one entry in our game of Car or Snow Mound?
As roving UHub photographer Jed Hresko noticed on Townsend Street in Roxbury, the key is digging out the sidewalk next to the space you dug out and voila: Two parking spaces. Because, really, who needs a sidewalk in the snow?
Nilesh Gandhi was awoken at 4 a.m., but at least it was for a good reason: Crews were removing snow from his Back Bay street.
Roving UHub photographer Lisfnord spotted this hopeful sign in West Newton today.
Mayor Walsh was the bearer of the bad news - which also includes school going right through June 30. He said school officials are still figuring out what to do if we get more snow days.
Walsh said the T has assured him T buses will be running and that trains will be running on at least a limited schedule.
Walsh made the school announcement... Read more
Tracy Strauss shows us the major icicles at Porter Square today.
State officials have begun talking to FEMA about a declaration, which would free up federal funds for responses to the snow, in particular to the initial blizzard.
Meanwhile, the Vermont National Guard is sending us some heavy equipment to help with snow removal - in addition to the 500 Massachusetts Guard members who were deployed yesterday for the same purpose. New York and Pennsylvania National... Read more
Roving UHub photographer Christine spotted this hydrant tunnel near Roslindale Square this morning. She also reports bus service down Washington to Forest Hills was fine, as was the 39 down Centre.
Several days of running rented snow melters nearly nonstop at the city snow farm in the Marine Industrial Park have helped chop down the snow mountains to size, Conventures reports.
Across the harbor, roving UHub photographer Chris Dagdigian watched a couple of the beasts at work outside Terminal C (the white streaks are reflections of lights in the terminal, not incoming laser beams):
This is Leanne Winters's windshield this morning - after some ice/snow plunged into it. She reports the car was parked in Kenmore Square at the time, unoccupied, so nobody hurt.
Not so much because of Thursday's storm but because the weekend storm already has the National Weather Service bringing out the ALL CAPS OF DOOM about a storm that just might LEAVE A CONSIDERABLE MARK ON OUR REGION.
Meanwhile, we've discovered that Wegman's challah, while no match for Cheryl Ann's or Rosenfeld's in the stand-alone taste department, does OK in French toast or, if... Read more
Gamma Ray Digital shows us where the Worcester Line used to be in Allston.
OK, if you look closely, at the snow to the left of the roof at the bottom of the image, you can see a thin black line. That's all that's left of the train tracks this morning.
Laurin Stoler spotted this guy on a unicycle twice in Cambridge today, the second time on Broadway in mid-Cambridge.
Sonia Garufi of Sophia's Grotto in Roslindale Square laughs in the face of all that snow and enjoys some chilled champagne today.
Neville Williams spotted a turkey out for its evening constitutional in Lynn tonight.