I'm right inside Boston. Like two minutes from Logan. I work at Logan actually too.
And it is starting to get really bad. Got sent home as I came in to work today and been home ever since. On the news ticker, it claimed you could face up to a year in prison and a $500 fine if you were caught driving in Boston.
I haven't even begun to shovel but I know it's gonna be a bitch to do it
just read a weather blog and he says there are two models for the storm. One has the super heavy snow blowing offshore. The other one when the storm stays onshore, drops an "unfathomable" amount of snow.
I'm in Fall River, MA on the south coast between Providence and Boston.
Yardstick in the backyard has us at 13" right now and we lost power already for three hours. Just got it back.
I have yet to lose power. Also, I have DirecTV, which sucks when it comes to shitty weather (but I still love their service) but they have stayed strong since I got home at 3 and I haven't had one hiccup.
What do homeless people do on the East Coast when storms like this hit? I mean, in SoCal homeless people can survive on the streets where the temperature rarely drops below freezing... but being homeless on the East Coast must suck.