Millions have been set aside for snow removal, and Tuesday’s major winter storm is expected to take a significant chunk out of that budget.
Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker says that non-essential drivers should be off the roads across Massachusetts by midnight.
Schools will be closed, trash pickup will be postponed, and parking bans are going into effect in Springfield.
Chicopee Mayor Richard Kos says city residents should stay off the roads from Monday night through Wednesday morning.
A powerful winter storm could dump nearly two feet of snow on New York City’s Rockefeller Center and Times Square.
22News found out what supplies are in highest demand to be ready ahead of the storm.
Northampton will be offering shelter for those who need shelter from Monday and Tuesday’s blizzard, and will have more staff.
22News Storm Team Meteorologist Nick Bannin takes a look back at the five largest snowstorms to hit western Massachusetts.
The National Weather Service says accumulations of 18 to 24 inches are possible by Tuesday afternoon in several Northeast states.
Contrary to what many people believe, it does not necessarily have to be warm to get thunder and lightning.
Fire safety warnings due to the approaching storm which is likely to cause power outages.
On Monday morning, some flights out of Bradley International Airport were already cancelled, and that number is going up.
If you’re driving home from work Monday night, 22News has what you need to know to stay safe on the roads.
Gas stations were busy across western Massachusetts on Monday as people stopped to fuel up before the snow started to fall.
It’s important to make sure you have the right supplies in your home these next few days during the storm.
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