Monday morning started with temperatures from 5 to 15 degrees below zero in western Mass.
As New Englanders, we’re always prepared for frigid temperatures, but that’s a different story when it comes to our electronics.
The death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia leaves a large hole on the nation’s highest court.
Atkins Farms in South Amherst had to close for a couple of hours until a plumber came and fixed the issue.
Frozen pipes are a big problem when the temperatures go below zero. But trying to thaw those pipes with a torch can often lead to tragedy.
As brutally cold temperatures continue to pound Western Massachusetts, it has left some neighborhood residents without heat.
It was -12 degrees outside at the time of the outage, but the wind chill made it feel more like -30 degrees.
The crowd that can’t wait for spring and summer continued to pack the Springfield RV camping and outdoor show on Sunday.
At Mercy Medical Center this Sunday morning, a pipe burst in the Emergency Room’s EMT room at around 10-AM.
It’ll take more than the cold to keep people away from Baystate Medical Center’s February heart month Sunday programs.
Timing, onset of snow will begin late Monday into Monday evening before transitioning over to sleet then to freezing rain overnight.