Boston road crews prepare for more snow
BOSTON (WHDH) -- In Boston, a week after being buried by a two feet of snow - road crews were getting ready to for round two.
A few more inches could really pile it on to the already massive mountains of snow.
In the North End, on Snow Hill Street, snow was still piled up and people were getting ready for bigger piles.
“I mean, it's winter let’s do it up,” said one woman.
“I don't know where they're going to put it honestly. It’s too much already. The banks will be up to your knees,” said one man.
Last week’s blizzard left Boston buried in more than two feet of snow. Round two won't be as tough - but for some, it comes too fast.
“I'm just ready for the summer,” said one winter-weary Bostonian.
Whatever it is you're dreaming of, the cold reality is that people in Boston could wake up to see half a foot of snow on top of what’s been leftover from the blizzard.
“It looks like it's gonna be a real mess. I hope the town is ready for it,” said one resident.
The city was making plans for how to handle another hit. After a long week on the streets, plows were already being sent back out to wait and see what comes.
“I'm leaving for LA, so fingers crossed all predictions are wrong. We missed the last blizzard, another trip to Cali. Perfect time," said one man.
"This is the perfect time to live the bicoastal lifestyle,” his friend agreed.
The city’s snow team met Saturday in advance of the storm. The city sent crews out to pre-treat the streets Saturday night.