Schools Closed Monday, Snow Emergency Ends at 6 p.m.
At least 28 inches of snow fell on Somerville, according to broadcast and National Weather Service reports.
On Monday morning, Somerville and the region were still dealing with the aftermath of a massive snow storm that battered the Boston area over the weekend.
City Hall was scheduled to be open Monday, and libraries should be open, according to a constituent services representative at Somerville's 311 system.
Meanwhile, the MBTA's subway service was expected to be operating on a normal schedule Monday morning after crews spent most of the weekend clearing tracks.
In regard to trash pickup, as of Sunday afternoon the city was expecting a normal Monday pickp schedule, according to Twitter posts.
As for the snow emergency, residents who parked their cars in municipal lots during the storm will have until 8 p.m. to move their cars out of the lots.