On Thursday after the snow stopped, drivers said the strong winds sent the fresh snow flying, making it difficult to see.
The National Weather service said homes and other buildings were damaged by major flooding.
Police urged residents to stay off the roads and give plow trucks plenty of room to work.
When the Springfield parking ban is in effect, police cars prowl the neighborhood writing tickets for cars violating the parking ban.
In advance of the car towing crew and the snow plows, police officers alert neighborhood residents to move their cars.
Snow packed roads and employee safety forced stores like, Thornes market place and State Street Fruit Store to close early.
Police, firefighters and Columbia Gas Company personnel were called to a gas leak situation in downtown Springfield this morning.
The snow Thursday piled up quickly and reduced visibility.
A Boston school district’s Superintendent announced Thursday would be a snow day with an epic performance.
All of western Massachusetts saw some snowfall on Thursday!
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Winds expected to pick up Thursday afternoon, isolated power outages possible.
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Doctors are warning people about frostbite as the cold temperatures continue, and have been using Skype to treat patients.
Massive winter storm dumps snow and ice across the Northeast, disrupting travel and closing many schools and businesses.
Though “this is winter in New England,” Baker asked Bay Staters to take the storm seriously.
Thursday’s snow will be light and fluffy, making it easier to shovel.
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Drivers are being urged to take it slow as snow comes down across the state.
Seven to 14 inches of snow is expected to fall in eastern portions of Massachusetts.