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Another Snow Day in Boston – UPDATED

For the second time in less than two weeks I am at home because of snow.

Until January 23rd, we had a grand total of 5.5 inches of snow. I remember telling my roommate Christopher Kain, “We’ve hardly had any snow.”

Since opening my big mouth we have accumulated more than 60 inches of snow. By the end of day we could add between 18 to 24 inches.

Unlike me, my roomie had to go into work. Hopefully he will be sent home early, but the MBTA is moving very slowly. There were about 75 passengers stranded on the Red Line in Quincy because of snow on the third rail.

I haven’t seen this much snow since I lived in Thunder Bay.

UPDATE: Well, so much snow has fallen that Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker has suspended MBTA service as of 7 p.m. and all of tomorrow. Looks like yet another snow day.

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