As this latest storm starts to subside on Sunday, it will have brought another 14+ inches of snow accumulation to Boston. That brings the total to 90″ for the season or the 3rd snowiest season on record, according to the National Weather Service. Oh, and more snow is now forecast for Tuesday, unbelievable!
As of Sunday morning, February 15th, the City of Boston parking ban remains in effect. All MBTA service is suspended on Sunday and is expected to resume on Monday. Schools are closed Monday for the President’s Day holiday and many are closed all week. Trash pickup on Monday is expected to be on a normal schedule. Updates at the city’s Snow Center and check the new Snow Stats site.
As a friendly reminder, property owners are required to remove snow, ice, and slush from their abutting sidewalks and curb ramps within three hours after snowfall has ended. Code enforcement will begin issuing tickets after a snow emergency ban has been lifted. File snow removal complaints at Citizens Connect. Call 911 for emergencies.
Here are a couple of neighborhood photos we received before the storm hit. Joe Mendola captures the roof clearing going on while Tom Tighe finds ducks back in North Square on the Freedom Trail.
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