The National Weather Service offices in Anchorage and Taunton exchange a little snow banter:
â€” NWS Anchorage (@NWSAnchorage) February 15, 2015
@NWSAnchorage No problem, we'll give you your 34.8" and still have 60.9" leftover for ourselves, which is still 31.9" above normal!
â€” NWS Boston (@NWSBoston) February 16, 2015
LinaMariaGiraldo.com brings us a new time lapse video of the storm, but this time focuses on the awesome neighborhood cleanup!
So yet again, we were part of the lead story on ABC News tonight. And then, towards the end of the broadcast, the anchor teased a story about "one place that saw the sun for the first time since Halloween. No, it's not Boston."
A chain-reaction collision in the middle of white-out conditions left several people injured around 2:30 p.m. on 128 south just past exit 27 in Waltham, State Police report:
State Police report the injuries were minor.
There is a report that a snow squall in the area may have contributed to this crash.
Jonathan Murphy watched the sun go down over Siberia, uh, South Boston, today.
Man tees off atop Mt. Copley this afternoon as Catboston watches.
A roving UHub photographer watched a convoy of dump trucks heading through the Fenway to pick up snow.
A little snowshoeing this afternoon on the remains of the Neponset path along Truman Parkway in Hyde Park. Photo by Molly Lanzarotta.
Columbus Avenue and Mass. Ave. today. Photo by Andrew Bauer.
Neighbors dug the fort all day yesterday from the snow pile in their yard - we added the fire.
Rus Lodi forwards this photo of his sister opening her front door on Plum Island.
Meg Mainzer-Cohen shows us a giant snow blower going down Commonwealth Avenue in the Back Bay this morning.
Mayor Walsh said this morning city transportation officials are looking at extending the South Boston emergency one-way plan, in which a number of two-way streets become one way last night, to other neighborhoods.
But first, Walsh said at a press conference - people just need to stay off the streets. Even pedestrians. The high winds and drifting snow and low temperatures are making getting around too dangerous.
Kathleen O'Donnell watched her kitty watching the snow on Beacon Hill this morning.
Catarina Maia took a look out her window and realized immediately she wasn't going anyplace any time soon in this most historic of historic Boston winters. We could get 18 inches out of this snow, but with drifts, God, who knows?
If ever there were a silver lining to global warming, it might be the prospect of milder winters. After all, it stands to reason that a warmer climate would generate less snow. But a new MIT study suggests that you shouldnâ€™t put your shovels away just yet.