BOSTON (WWLP) – Boston Common is normally a bustling place, filled with office workers taking a break, tourists taking in the scenery, and people exercising and walking their dogs. It was a very different scene on Tuesday.
As a major Nor’Easter has moved into Massachusetts, people in New England’s largest city were largely staying home from work, and staying inside.
On the Common, visitors were few and far between, save for a few dedicated runners, and people taking their pets out.
The streets of downtown Boston were also pretty quiet. 22News didn’t see many cars on Boston’s normally-busy streets, with the exception of a few snow plows.
Boston is expected to get about a foot of snow from Tuesday’s storm, less than what we are forecasted to see here in western Massachusetts.
Governor Baker is asking people to check on family members and elderly neighbors to make sure they are okay during this storm.
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