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Photos:  Early March SnowFall - Uphams Corner Wearing White

With over 12" of snow in the Boston area over a two-day period, Uphams Corner was blanketed in white.  At first the snow was wet and heavy and by Friday, it had changed to a light and fluffy snow that would not stop falling.  The storm hit everyone by surprise especially Mayor Menino who refused to cancel school. 

The amount of melting snow accumulating especially at the crosswalks made traveling dangerous and very wet.  Snowplows were active throughout the day and homeowners as well as City employees were busy shoveling sidewalks and bus stops.  The day after is not scheduled to be a typical hard deep freeze as often occurs a storm but rather temperatures reaching 40 and in the melting range.  Enjoy the photos which won't melt even when the real snow does.

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Early March Snowfall in Uphams Corner 2013 Early March Snowfall in Uphams Corner 2013

Early March Snowfall in Uphams Corner 2013 Early March Snowfall in Uphams Corner 2013

Early March Snowfall in Uphams Corner 2013 Early March Snowfall in Uphams Corner 2013 Early March Snowfall in Uphams Corner 2013

Early March Snowfall in Uphams Corner 2013

Early March Snowfall in Uphams Corner 2013 Early March Snowfall in Uphams Corner 2013

Posted: March 8, 2013     Nancy J Conrad


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