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A Marshfield Fire truck gets hit with wind and sea water from crashing waves on Ocean Street. (Jesse Costa/WBUR)

It's officially a blizzard in Boston. We speak with reporters and officials around the state to get the latest updates on the storm.

Guests

Bruce Gellerman, WBUR reporter. He tweets @AudioBruce.

Jonathan Gulliver, highway administrator for the Massachusetts Department of Transportation which tweets @massdot.

Jonathan Beder, director of the Plymouth Department of Public Works.

Simon Rios, WBUR reporter. He tweets @simonfrios.

Christopher Besse, social media and public information coordinator for the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency.

William Pittman, chief of Nantucket Police, they tweet @nantucketpolice.

Steven Xiarhos, deputy chief of police in Yarmouth. He tweets @yarmouthpd.

Jeff Gonneville, deputy general manager of the MBTA.

Eric Smith, chief of the Gloucester Fire Department.

Kristin Quinn, who runs the blog Misadventures in Mommyhood. She tweets @kristinquinnmom.

This segment aired on March 13, 2018.

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