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Deja vu all over again: We could get 4-7 inches tomorrow

Forest Hills Cemetery in the snow

Forest Hills Cemetery Saturday morning. Photo by Susan Stange. See it larger.

UPDATE: Make that a winter-storm warning and up to a foot.

The NWS says a winter-storm watch goes into effect at 7 a.m. on Monday and advises:

ANYONE TRAVELING IN THE NEXT 24 TO 36 HOURS SHOULD MONITOR LATER FORECASTS AND BE PREPARED TO MODIFY TRAVEL PLANS.

WCVB adds:

The storm system set to arrive Monday is going to pack a huge punch, with areas around Boston and Cape Cod expected to get the most snow.

And don't forget, kids: More snow could fall on Wednesday and Friday.

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You don't like snowliage?

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A "huge punch"? 4-7 inches? Sure, enough to slow things down a bit and perhaps cancel some schools, but easy there WCVB.

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Given that tomorrow's high is supposed to be around 32, this could be like Friday - heavy wet snow that brings down tree branches and power lines. In which case it could cause lots of power outages, blocked roads, and damages (remember that we had a few deaths connected to Friday's snow).

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the forecast has gotten steadily worse throughout the day. High winds will also be a factor....

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That photo of Forest Hills is magical.

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Does this mean no Super Bowl parade on Tuesday?

Uh oh, did I just jinx it?

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WOO! Extra, extra long weekend - Friday and Monday! Oh ... wait. I have to work. From home. Which I hate.

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Exact same for me. Wanna just go into work

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I've been making a point to avoid working from home for that very reason. I totally could if I wanted to, but I'd rather trudge my way into work than set a precedent that could impact the remainder of my career. Or, delay it for as long as possible. Leave work at work.

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Now that I have the opportunity to work from home, it's better for me to do that (and shovel later) than endure a 3+ hour, delayed commute on the T.

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How soon until we hear of the school cancellations?

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How about right now?

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Hysteria. Right. All fun and games until hundreds of kids get trapped by a storm - on your broken down train or at school with no buses.

At least, at school, the trapped teachers can bust locks on food storage and feed them. I take that you are ready to volunteer in such a situation?

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