Church bells and blizzard. Just after this, the screen fell out of my window.
I went out in the snow… for a minute. My goodness it is crazy out.
I walked around downtown for a little bit around 1pm this afternoon and took a few photos.
Basically everything is closing down. Stay home.
While we prepare for the mother of all snowblogging on Friday, check out the ProJo’s look back at the Blizzard of ’78, 35 years ago this week.
This police officer on her phone in her cruiser was no help to me as I was forced to play a real life game of Frogger crossing Atwells and Dean this morning when the traffic lights were out due to the storm. The officer at Atwells and the Service Road was only slightly more helpful.
A reader submits photos and commentary on common snow removal issues along North Main. Just a little extra effort would save hundreds of people from huge inconvenience and safety concerns.
Yes, yes, the law says you have 8 hours until after the first light after it stops snowing to clear your sidewalk, blah, blah, blah… But, there is the law, and then there is sensibility and being a good neighbor. Of course, I had no doubt, even though they are not open, and not required to do so, per usual, …
I went out for a walk last night during the storm. Here are some of the photos I took.
The State House, the East Side, and more in the snow in today’s GC: Photos.
Have you lived in New England for more than a year or so? Remember how last year it snowed, and the year before that it snowed, and for 10,000 years before that it snowed? Well, get ready, all the weather people seem to agree, it is going to snow again Saturday.
Currently hanging on Fred Campagna’s every word, Tweet, Faceplace post… Get ready for Snowblogging.
It was a pretty yucky walk home tonight.
Video shows Lower Manhattan blacked out due to Hurricane Sandy.
I lived in Portland, Maine in the early 90’s and we had snow that stuck on Halloween, other than that, I’m pretty sure this is the earliest I’ve ever seen accumulating snow. And of course I love snow, so this is great.
Mayor’s Office: Super Storm Sandy Frequently Asked Questions
Amtrak will provide modified Northeast Regional service between Boston and New Haven, Conn., and between Newark, N.J., and points south, on Thursday, November 1.
Video from Misquamicut Beach yesterday.