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.

Somerville Public Schools were scheduled to be closed Monday, according to the school system's website, and a snow emergency in the city will be in effect until 6 p.m. Monday.

City Hall was scheduled to be open Monday, and libraries should be open, according to a constituent services representative at Somerville's 311 system.

According to initial reports from the National Weather Service and WHDH, at least 28 inches of snow fell on Somerville during the storm.

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.

More about the February 2013 storm in Somerville

  • February 2013 Blizzard: Somerville Info Center
  • Share Your Photos: Snow Parties in Somerville
  • SHOW US: Blizzard Outside My Window


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