Snow, ice, and wind painted Hampshire County towns white Monday morning.
Snow issues on Monday included several cars getting snowed in and residents trying to shovel them out.
In the past few weeks, some plow drivers have been spending more time behind the wheel of their plows than they have been sleeping.
An MBTA subway train in Quincy became stuck between two stations; after snow covered the electrified third rail.
State Police will shut down the ramp from the South End Bridge to I-91 northbound after a truck lost a rear axle.
Bits of bare pavement are becoming visible on the area’s major highways, but people are still taking it slow.
The speed limit on the Mass Pike is down to 40 miles per hour statewide, and many drivers aren’t even hitting that speed.
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Gov. Baker says he wouldn’t have expected snow removal to have overtaken the budget as the dominant issue in his new administration.
From side streets to major highways, snowy and slick roads are making for difficult travel across the region.
Snow overnight continued to pile up as the morning began throughout western Massachusetts.