See How the Snow Storm is Impacting Watertown: Closings, Roads and More

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Charlie Breitrose

A street empty of cars due to Watertown's winter parking ban.

Charlie Breitrose

Snow has been falling steadily since before dawn in Watertown, but only a couple inches appear to have fallen by 10:30 a.m.

The Feb. 9 winter storm is forecast to dump 12 or more inches of snow on Watertown and the Boston area. Send your photos and check here for closings and impacts.

Town Administrator Michael Driscoll announced that Town Hall and the Senior Center closed as of 1:30 p.m. Thursday. The Library has also closed.

The Watertown Public Schools are closed Thursday. They have also cancelled all evening activities, which includes Project Literacy classes at the high school.

The Department of Public Works has declared a snow emergency until further notice, which means vehicles much be off the street. Find out more details about where to put your car here.

The Arsenal Project announced on Twitter that it will close today at noon due to the snow. Most stores at the Watertown Mall are open today, including Target, Best Buy, Work ‘N Gear, Sally Beauty, Papa Gino’s and Payless ShoeSource are open. These businesses may close early, so check before you go. The Registry of Motor Vehicles is closed.

Watertown Savings closed all its branches at 11 a.m. and Branch Line Restaurant and Porcini’s announced they will be closed Thursday night.

Gov. Charlie Baker has declared that all non-essential state employees should not report to work today.

Tonight’s Historical Commission meeting has been postponed, and will be rescheduled to Feb. 13 at 7 p.m.

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Stay warm and safe!

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