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The “Bomb Cyclone” Brought Flooding, Rivers of Ice and Slush to Boston

As the powerful “bomb cyclone” battered the region with powerful winds, thundersnow boomed, and high tide rolled in, Boston and other coastal areas saw roads […]

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Thundersnow Reported Across New England During Bomb Cyclone Snow

[10a] Coastal front is slowly eroding S/E across Southeast MA as precipitation picks up across the region; gathering reports of 2-3″/hr snowfall rates along w/ […]

A snow plow in Boston
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Speed Limit Reduced on Mass. Pike as Bomb Cyclone Arrives

The state Department of Transportation has lowered the speed limit on the entire length of the Massachusetts Turnpike to 40 miles per hour as the […]

A green line train travels through a snowy terrain
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How to Get Out of Boston Before the Snowstorm

Boston is starting to feel like a real-life version of that escape room you begrudgingly participated in as a show of office camaraderie: fun only […]

Marty Walsh speaks at a lecturn
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Boston Public Schools Canceled Due to Bomb Cyclone Snow Conditions

Boston Public Schools will remain closed for the second-straight day on Friday due to the winter storm pummeling the city with high winds rapidly falling snow, Mayor […]

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The Freezing Cold Weather in Boston Is Actually Good. I Like It.

Hate this cold snap? Annoyed about how it messed up your New Year’s Eve plans, slowed down your commute, infected you and your loved ones […]

A fire burns on the side of an icy street
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Gas Main Fire in Roslindale Extinguished

The sun rose, then set, and then rose again, but still the fire burned on. After more than 36 hours, a gas main fire on […]

Bundled up fans walk an icy path toward Gillette Stadium
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The Best Photos of Boston’s Cold Snap

There’s nothing quite like a multi-day stretch of sub-zero temperatures to make you intimately familiar with the sights and sounds of the great indoors. But […]

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Boston’s Epic Cold Snap Ties a Century-Old Record

The extreme, bone-chilling cold that has swept the region over the past week is one for the history books, as it ties a record set […]

Water shoots in the air and coats a street sign in a layer of ice
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Water Main Break on Huntington Ave. Leads to Temporary Road Closures

An impromptu ice rink shut down roads near the Boston-Brookline border Monday night after a huge water main break coated the surrounding area in a […]

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A Little Snow Is on the Way, and then Maybe a White Christmas

An approximation of outcomes thru this evening (courtesy of the 9z HRRR); bulk of impacts remain over N/E areas of S New England with snow, […]

Faneuil Hall covered in snow and looking beautiful
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Snow Expected to Hit Boston This Weekend

Start flexing those shoveling muscles, Boston: We’re in for our first flakes. According to the National Weather Service, the Boston-Providence corridor could see 3-6 inches […]

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Boston Is Ready for a Snowy Winter

Massachusetts is no stranger to salt: salty oceans, salty residents, salty pigs, and, apparently, a lot of literal salt. Boston is equipped with 44,000 tons […]

The Boston skyline engulfed in rain and fog
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Boston’s Weather Is Changing Your Personality

Boston’s weather is scientifically proven to turn you into a grouch. According to a study published by Nature on Monday, the climate you grow up […]

A snowy street lined with brick buildings
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Record Cold Could Hit Massachusetts This Weekend

Ask a teen: Being chill is good. Ask someone who wishes they were in Miami: Being chill is bad. Ask a meteorologist: We’re all going […]