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Nor’easter causes snow emergency in Boston and schools are closed

Boston Mayor Michelle Wu declared a snow emergency and announced that schools would be closed Tuesday due to the weather forecast. StormTeam 5 said the storm is expected to peak early Tuesday morning. Impacts will include hazardous travel, strong winds, poor visibility and snowfall of up to 2 inches per hour. “Please stay off the roads tomorrow,” Wu said. “If possible, plan to stay indoors. Stay off the roads. It looks like things are going well fall quite heavily, quite quickly.” Brockton and Salem public schools have also already announced plans to close Tuesday. School Closures: See the full list HERE In Boston, parking will be restricted on emergency roads. Where parking is permitted, space-saving vehicles will be permitted for 48 hours after the snow emergency ends, except in South End and Bay Village. City officials plan to prepare about 850 pieces of snow removal equipment for the storm. “This will be our first major storm in two years,” said Jascha Franklin-Hodge, Boston’s chief streets officer. Info: forecast updates | Weather radar | Alerts | Hour-by-hour forecast The mayor said any city staff who are not considered emergency personnel will be asked to work from home on Tuesday. She encouraged other employers to do the same. Boston’s snow emergency goes into effect at 10 p.m.

Boston Mayor Michelle Wu declared a snow emergency and announced that schools would be closed Tuesday due to the weather forecast.

StormTeam 5 said the storm is expected to peak early Tuesday morning. Impacts will include hazardous travel, strong winds, poor visibility and snowfall of up to 2 inches per hour.

“Please stay off the roads tomorrow,” Wu said. “If possible, plan to stay indoors. Stay off the roads. It looks like things are going well fall quite heavily, quite quickly.”

Brockton and Salem public schools have also already announced plans to close Tuesday.

School closures: see the full list HERE

In Boston, parking will be restricted on emergency roads. Where parking is permitted, space-saving vehicles will be permitted for 48 hours after the snow emergency ends, except in South End and Bay Village.

City officials plan to prepare about 850 pieces of snow removal equipment for the storm.

“This will be our first major storm in two years,” said Jascha Franklin-Hodge, Boston’s chief streets officer.

Info: forecast updates | Weather radar | Alerts | Hour-by-hour future forecasts

The mayor said any city staff who are not considered emergency personnel will be asked to work from home on Tuesday. She encouraged other employers to do the same.

Boston snow emergency goes into effect at 10 p.m.

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