Monday’s storm looks like it could will leave several inches of snow on Watertown, and has closed schools in town, and could have other impacts.
The Watertown Public Schools are closed again Monday.
The National Weather Service issuing a Winter Storm Warning through 7 a.m. Tuesday. The snow is expected to arrive in Watertown just before 9 a.m., according to Fox25’s weather report.
The Boston area could get 6-10 inches in the worst areas around Massachusetts, according to the National Weather Service. The WHDH Channel 7 forecast shows Watertown in the area that will get 5-9 inches.
Governor Charlie Baker announced that all state offices will be closed today, and encouraged employers to allow workers to work from home Monday.
The MBTA will operate on a regular schedule, Baker said in his announcement.
Logan Airport is canceling many flights. You can check your flight status by clicking here.
3 p.m.: Town Council President Mark Sideris announced that the RMUD meeting scheduled for Monday night has been cancelled due to the snow.
12:12 p.m.: Monday’s storm has not hit Watertown as hard as other areas. There is coastal flooding on the South Shore, Cape and Islands. The speed limit on the Mass Pike has been reduced to 40 mph. Be careful out there!
11:16 a.m.: The Watertown Cable Access studio and offices will be closed today due to the snow. There are snow emergencies in Newton beginning at noon and Belmont beginning at 6 p.m. No street parking in either town, and no parking in public lots in Belmont.
11:04 a.m.: The Chicken and Rice Guys food truck will be at the Commander’s Mansion near the Arsenal on the Charles from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. today. No outages yet according to Eversource’s Outage Map.
10:06 a.m.: No decision yet on whether tonight’s RMUD meeting will be cancelled. Red Lentil restaurant announced on Twitter that they will close at 2 p.m. Monday and will not serve dinner.
9:08 a.m.: The first snowflakes are falling in Watertown. Today is a snow day for Watertown schools, unfortunately the outdoor rink at Casey Park is not an option today. The Recreation Department Tweeted that the ice is not ready for use today.
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