A potentially historic storm has descended on the state. A ban on non-essential travel remained in effect as of Tuesday afternoon for Worcester, Essex, Middlesex, Suffolk, Norfolk, Bristol, Plymouth, Barnstable and Dukes counties, as well as all of I-90. 30 inches of snow has been reported in Westford, Framingham and Lunenburg, the most in the state according to National Weather Service spotters. As of 1:45 p.m., more than 31,000 in the state are without power.
A blizzard warning is in effect for parts of the state until 1 a.m. Wednesday and all MBTA service has been suspended for Tuesday. As of Tuesday afternoon, there was no word on when service will resume. Logan Airport is open, but no flights are getting out Tuesday. Boston schools are closed Tuesday and Wednesday. We speak to people around the city about how Bostonians are responding to the blizzard.
- "A potentially historic storm has descended on the state."
- "This map features snowfall totals over the past 24 hours — from whenever you’re looking at it."
- "Confirmed restaurant openings, specials, and closures around the Boston area for Tuesday, January 27. This list will be updated as the storm progresses."
This segment aired on January 27, 2015.