They closed schools, churches and businesses, shut down transportation and locked adult citizens in their homes, for this

Nomo Nemo. Maybe a full 3″ before the Great Fizzle of 13 is past us and not coming back. Even the wildest forecasts predicted the heavy snow starting this evening (it’s gone out to sea, looks like) so why did the closures start this morning?

7:30 - say hello to Greenland, would ya?

7:30 – say hello to Greenland, would ya?

5:00 PM told what wasn't coming

5:30 PM told what wasn’t coming

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7 responses to “They closed schools, churches and businesses, shut down transportation and locked adult citizens in their homes, for this

  1. Well, I live in Milford, Chris and we’ve been nailed! Shoveled once when it was about a foot (about 6 pm). It is 8:10 pm and we have another 6 inches and it is sleeting at the moment! This sucks!!!!

    • The radar (and even the less hysterical forecasters) all predicted that this storm would wallop parts of New England farther east and north of the NYC area but our local media had to get in on the fun and advertising dollars so they ignored all that and called for a disaster here. I don’t blame the press – it’s what they do – but government officials responsible for spending our money might at least try to resist the hype.

  2. Anonymous

    Look at the Whopping accumulation in Boston. Good thing Duval stopped traffic.

    @TWCBreaking: 3.0″ is the official total at Boston’s Logan Airport as of 7pm. #BOS #mawx #nemo

  3. Brown Eyed Girl

    As a friend put it, “Wait for the back side, it will happen while you’re asleep”. Hmmm.

  4. Walt

    Dude -
    Here is Deval Patrick, the gay black Governor of the Great Liberal Gay state of Massachusetts (NTTAWWT) telling people to stay off the roads. And I have no problem with that. But why does he feel compelled to have an oral sex protester stand right next to him?
    http://i.minus.com/iEM7Zr8f9fAD1.gif

    Either that, or she is protesting eating corn on the cob.
    It makes no sense either way.
    Your Pal,
    Walt

  5. Windy City

    Move over Chicago, this is a windy storm.