It is difficult enough to get around just by driving or walking this Tuesday, but how about bicycling through the snow?
Amid a statewide travel ban, places that are normally busy were virtually activity-free Tuesday morning.
The winds continued into the morning across Chicopee, making for poor visibility.
The snow began to increase in intensity across western Massachusetts as the sun came up Tuesday morning.
Some plow drivers took a break from the snowy roads Tuesday morning to grab a hot meal and coffee.
Blowing snow and developing icy patches are making for very difficult travel, even in areas where plows have cleared the roads.
By 4:00 Tuesday morning, 5.5 inches of snow had already fallen in Palmer, as the winds whipped and snow came down at a steady pace.
Due to the incoming snow storm, many western Mass. cities and towns issued parking bans Monday night, including Springfield.
The entire northeast was on high alert as a major snow storm passed through, especially here in Massachusetts.
22News is working for you with what you need to know on this storm.
Snow started to accumulate Monday night throughout western Mass. as a big storm passed through the area.
Driving should be avoided at all costs, but in an emergency there are ways to keep yourself safe.
Fire prevention experts say there’s an increased risk for house fires during snow storms like the one passing through western Massachusetts.
Electric companies are preparing for a possible widespread power outage across western Massachusetts.
With power outages possible, 22News is working for you with some tips on making the most of your smartphone’s battery life.
Residents in western Mass. were prepared for a major storm on Tuesday. Here is video of the storm starting Monday night in Chicopee.
Gov. Baker banned all non-essential travel during the impending storm. 22News explains who is and who is not allowed on the roads.