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Throwback Thursday: When No One Saw the Blizzard Coming

With the series of snowstorms assailing us this month, maybe it’s appropriate to throw it back to February 5, 1978, when the storm to which […]

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The Blizzard of 2015 Might Be Over, But Deflategate Is Forever

Massachusetts literally plowed through what we hope is the worst of this winter’s weather, and though it took us away from the arguably unnecessary drama […]

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MBTA: ‘We’re Doing Our Best to Clear Snow From Bus Stops’

Two days after a blizzard rolled through Boston, commuters found themselves standing in the streets and climbing over snow mounds piled high on the sidewalks while […]

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Let It Snow

A close by-the-numbers examination of how we take on winter, and how winter takes on us.

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Noble Person Shoveled Boston Marathon Finish Line During Blizzard [Updated]

Reporting by Bryanna Cappadona and Steve Annear Update 1:40 p.m.: After some research on social media, we got wind that the noble shoveler is Chris […]


These Restaurants and Bars Will Be Open During the Blizzard

Whether you’re going stir-crazy with cabin fever, just severely low on beer, or hungry for a half-price burger, there are plenty of available options open […]

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Plowz and Mowz Gears Up for Their First Big Snowstorm in Boston

The heaviest snowfall has hardly started in the Boston area, but already the founders of an on-demand plow service are getting slammed with requests. “Without […]

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Blizzard of 2015: Updates, Cancellations, and Other Storm-Related Info

As the “potentially historic” Blizzard of 2015 continues in the Boston region, cancellations and parking restrictions are still in effect, and preparations from local and statewide emergency […]

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‘Crippling’ Blizzard Could Drop Three Feet of Snow on Boston Region

Get ready, Massachusetts. A “potentially historic” snowstorm is headed our way, threatening to drop three feet of snow on the ground, limiting visibility, and bringing […]

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‘Scary Snowman’ Returns to Cambridge to ‘Terrorize’ Pedestrians for the Holidays

Jason Lichtenberger likes to spread Christmas fear. But he also just enjoys making people laugh. For the second year in a row, Lichtenberger returned to […]

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Winter Weather Won’t Be Good for Thanksgiving Travel Plans

A nor’easter could drop up to four inches of snow on the Boston area on one of the busiest travel days of the year, and […]

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A Nor’easter Will Ruin Your Commute on Wednesday and Thursday

As if you couldn’t tell already, it’s fall in New England, and so far, a pretty nice one. Too bad this week your regularly scheduled […]

Arts & Entertainment

Weather Channel Releases List of 2014-2015 Winter Storm Names

Remember Nemo?  The Weather Channel just released its annual list of winter storm names, and we’re sure Jimmy Kimmel can’t wait for the fourth storm […]

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Weather Experts: Revere Got Hit By a Tornado

Weather officials confirmed Monday afternoon that a tornado was responsible for the damage caused in Revere as the fierce mixture of rain and winds swept through […]

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Bad Weather Ends Early Fourth of July Celebrations Even Earlier

With the threat of an impending storm, Fourth of July celebrations went on in Boston, with the Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular taking place on the Esplanade a […]