Less snow fell in Franklin County than in other parts of western Mass. 22News found out how residents fared with the overnight snow storm.
Many Hampshire County residents took matters into their own hands to try and clear the snow. 22News found out how residents dealt with the s…
22News Reporter Kaitlin Goslee live at noon from Route 5 in West Springfield.
22News Reporter Matt Caron live at noon from Springfield.
22News Reporter Alessandra Martinez live at noon from Main Street in Northampton.
22News Meteorologist Adam Strzempko live at noon outside 22News in Chicopee.
Drivers are not the only ones slowed by Tuesday’s snowstorm. Those who travel by air, train, and bus are also unable to go.
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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.
Governor Charlie Baker has lifted the ban on travel for Hampden, Hampshire, Franklin, and Berkshire Counties, as conditions have improved.
Authorities have identified a woman who was out hiking and fell into Purgatory Falls near Lyndeborough, New Hampshire.