BOSTON (WWLP) – More snow is piling up on top of existing piles leftover from last week’s blizzard all throughout Massachusetts. The state deployed hundreds of pieces of equipment in Boston to keep the roads safe and the sidewalks clear.
Clean-up crews were seen on Beacon Hill Monday morning as the City of Boston. Up to 14 inches of snow is expected through Tuesday according to Boston Mayor Marty Walsh’s office.
Very few cars were seen on the slushy, snow-covered roadways, but plows were out in full force. The state deployed more than 400 pieces of equipment in Boston to clear main roads and sidewalks.
Not many people ventured out in the cold, but 22News spoke with one tourist from Germany who wanted a glimpse of Boston blanketed with snow. “It’s very nice covered in snow. Sometimes we’re here in the summer so it’s another feeling.”
Mayor Walsh said last week’s blizzard cost the city about $10-million for cleanup.
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