Just in time for the post-Super Bowl celebrations, another snow storm is expected to hit on Sunday night and all-day on Monday, February 2nd. According to NOAA, conditions for rush hour on Monday will be difficult during both the morning and evening commutes. There will be a lot of blowing and drifting snow with Boston getting approximately 10 to 14 inches of accumulation. Cleanup could take a while, especially with the snow that is already on the ground from the Blizzard Juno. For those of you watching the sea levels, high tide hits Monday at 10:06 a.m. More bad news — arctic cold air comes in on Tuesday with low single digit temperatures and wind chills of -15 to -25 degrees.
The City of Boston has declared a Snow Emergency starting at 6am on Monday, February 2nd. Boston Public Schools are closed.
Trash will be still be picked up on Monday but to begin as early as 5 a.m.
For more Boston Snow details, see: http://cityofboston.gov/snow/