Man, remember the days when we waited for the snow to get at least two feet high before getting this angry? A disgusted citizen on Prescott Street in East Boston complains:
This is the note we found on our window this morning. Please address that space-savers are not allowed after not shoveling and only getting 4 inches of snow.
Matt Durand woke up to this lame-ass excuse of a space saver in Brighton.
A pair of South Boston residents who set out for Broadway station on the Red Line refused to let the fact that the 9 bus never came stop them from getting to Newbury Street for a gallery show. They set out on foot down Broadway to the station - making sure to stop at every bar on the street for a fortifying shot of whiskey. Read more.
Sway Aveda Spa shows us the Citgo Sign tonight.
Around 6:20 p.m., Harvey Leonard had this to say about the storm in the Boston area: "It's a very significant event" for the next hour or 2.
Megz reports: Read more.
After last winter, Boston bought two giant snow blowers that, when coupled with dump trucks, can remove 2,000 tons of snow an hour.
WCVB reports that with the impending blizzard to end all blizzards expected to sock Washington, but mostly miss us, Mayor Walsh says he's offered to loan the vehicles to that city if they need it.
The National Weather Service's Weather Prediction Center says this is the storm that will either prove a "blockbuster" or not all that much, really, at least for Boston. Once the thing gets over land, the NWS says, we should get a much better idea of what it will do because land is where most of the radars and weather balloons and stuff are that provide the all important data.
French Toast Alert - Elevated, so start thinking about that milk, bread and eggs.
JB Parrett reports the wind made it pretty nippy down by the Garden today.
Mark Novak took a walk around the Parkman Bandstand and the rest of Boston Common last night.
Patrick McMahon shows us a couple of kids with the snowman they built this morning on the Greenway in Dewey Square.
OK, it wasn't that much of a storm, but, boy, did it have some big flakes, as Meagan discovered on Brighton Avenue in Allston.
City Councilor Tito Jackson (Roxbury) wants to exempt Boston homeowners over 60 and people with disabilities from the requirement to shovel their sidewalks after snowstorms.
In a request for a hearing that will go before the council tomorrow, Jackson says: Read more.