CHICOPEE, Mass. (WWLP) – Roadway conditions are improving across western Massachusetts as the last of our most recent winter storm has moved out, but more snow could be coming for the weekend.
- The Nor’Easter that hit western Massachusetts over the last two days has finally moved out of our area.
- To see what you can expect for the day, check out the 22News Storm Team Forecast.
- While the worst of this storm is now over, the 22News Storm Team is tracking yet another snowstorm headed into our area for Saturday. You can find out how much snow to expect from that with our snowfall forecast map.
- Travel conditions are improving on highways and main roads following another round of snow that came through during the early morning hours. Travel on secondary roads could remain difficult through much of the day, however.
- 1,541 Mass DOT crews are currently out plowing or treating roadways statewide, in addition to thousands of other local DPW crews.
- Mountain Road (Route 141) in Easthampton has now re-opened to traffic.
- Parking bans remain in effect for several western Massachusetts communities. Click here for a complete listing.
- Numerous flights at Bradley International Airport have been cancelled. Check out the status of flights in and out of Bradley.
- Peter Pan bus routes are now running on a normal schedule. Visit their website for more information.
- Most PVTA routes are operating on their normal schedule. Be sure to check out the PVTA website for any additional possible changes.
Schools and Businesses
- The majority of school districts in western Massachusetts have closed for the day. Click here to see all school and major business closings.
- RMV offices are open, but road tests have been cancelled in Easthampton, Southbridge, Springfield, and Westfield (City Hall).
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