A winter storm brought snow across most of Massachusetts and New England, with the brunt of the storm hitting southeastern Massachusetts. A band of heavier snowfall stalled right over Norwood, Walpole and Sharon, bringing up to a foot of snow. Outside of this area, most towns had 3-6″ of a heavy and wet snow. Snow was winding down Sunday evening, but roads remained quite slippery.
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Live updates on Feb. 8:
6:30 a.m.: Check out the snow total’s from Sunday’s storm.
4:30 a.m.: Stay up to date on the latest school and business closings below.
Live updates on Feb. 7:
9 p.m.: Here are the latest snow totals so far in Massachusetts.
Walpole currently has seen the most snow during this storm in Mass. as the town has racked up 11 inches thus far.
4:10 p.m.: The Boston 25 Weather Team has updated the predicted snow totals map as snow continues to fall heavily across parts of Norfolk County and Massachusetts as a whole.
3:30 p.m.: Snow piling up across the state with communities south of Boston seeing the largest totals so far.
2:45 p.m.: A band of snow across parts of Norfolk County is rapidly dropping flakes at a rate of nearly 2 to 3 inches per hour. That band is also extending into parts of northeastern Rhode Island.
2 p.m.: Snow has started to fall across the commonwealth, particularly around Norfolk County, as Sunday’s winter storm has arrived in New England.
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Winter driving tips from MassDOT:
- Clear snow and ice from all windows and lights, even the hood and roof, before driving, (start with the tailpipe).
- Leave plenty of room for stopping
- Remember that the posted speed limits are for dry pavement.
- Use brakes carefully. Brake early. Brake correctly. It takes more time and distance to stop in adverse conditions.
- Bridge decks freeze first. Due to the difference in the exposure to air, the surface condition can be worse on a bridge than on the approach road.
- Exit ramps are an even greater challenge during the winter since they may have received less anti-icing material than the main line.
- Leave room for maintenance vehicles and plows – stay back at least 200 feet and don’t pass on the right.
- Seat belts should be worn at all times – it’s the law.
- Most importantly please remember to slow down.
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