“I heard the tires spinning, then saw the UPS guys delivering on foot! Dedication!” –Chris Bowker

It’s official, the past 7 days of snow accumulation totaling 34.2 inches through Monday afternoon in Boston set a record for the most in one week.  The quick succession of snowstorms is responsible for the record accumulations. Is it more than the “big one” in 1978? Well, there were 2 storms then that left 48.5 inches, but they were about 2 weeks apart.

Check out this video of Jim Cantore driving down Endicott Street.The Weather Channel has branded Monday’s winter storm “Linus”.

In addition, CNN’s Jennifer Gray is broadcasting live from Christopher Columbus Park.

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The New England Patriots Victory Parade, originally scheduled for Tuesday, has been postponed by a day. The weather is expected to improve by Wednesday, February 4 when the parade will kick off at 11:00 a.m. from the Prudential Center, ending at City Hall Plaza. There will be 25 duck boats in the parade.

Boston Public Schools are also closed on Tuesday. More city info at Boston.gov/snow. Today, the city also rolled out a data site for “snow stats to identify snow conditions by neighborhood streets.

Posted below are photos from Monday’s snowstorm.

We always love receiving cool snow photos! Email yours with a sentence describing it to info@northendwaterfront.com

 

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