Many people are being personally affected by this arctic blast felt across western Massachusetts.
Bitter cold temperatures combined with gusty winds makes the air feeling colder.
The disbanding of the anniversary committee, means no traditional Christmas tree bonfire scheduled for early 2018 in Charlemont.
Fire departments from Shelburne, Shelburne Falls, Greenfield, Colrain and Buckland responded as well as MedCare Ambulance.
Residents of Franklin County spent another day digging out, and kids got two days off from school.
Seven inches of snow fell in Charlemont on Thursday, making for packed powder conditions at the ski resort.
Here’s a look at snowfall totals across western Massachusetts Thursday.
If you have to be outside it will take less than 30 minutes to get frostbite, so make sure you stay covered up.
Massachusetts marijuana regulators said “nothing has changed” for them after a shift in official U.S. policy toward legal pot.
Greenfield DPW crews were out pretreating the roads early Thursday morning.
Northfield Mountain Recreation and Enviornmental Center has 5 inches on the ground by 2 p.m. Thursday.
Heavy snow combined with strong winds made driving difficult all day long across the region.
All of western Massachusetts saw some snowfall on Thursday!
22News has team coverage across western Massachusetts today. Take a look at the videos for a live update.
Winds expected to pick up Thursday afternoon, isolated power outages possible.
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Citing customer and employee safety, Peter Pan Bus Lines canceled all service because of the anticipated severe weather.
The ski resort is in preliminary talks with the town of Hawley to build up to 30 condominium style homes on resort property.
Not everyone hated the recent deep freeze. 22News found out how the frigid weather improved conditions on the ski slopes.
Dogs can get hypothermia just like humans if it is too cold outside.