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Black ice is back in western Massachusetts. But there are some easy practices to follow in case you encounter it on the road.
Dozens of families received some much-needed help on Saturday, when they gathered at the DeBerry Elementary school in Springfield, for a free winter coat and a hot meal.
Roads are completely clear from Thursday's storm, but it took some time to get there.
Spinouts, crashes, and cars stuck in the snow were a common sight Thursday night. Interstate Towing in Chicopee said once the snow started, the calls never stopped coming in.
Parts of Hampshire County saw some of the area's most significant snowfall from last night's storm. Easthampton and Southampton received two of the highest totals in Hampshire County.
Winter doesn't officially start until December 21, but we got a little preview of the season Thursday night.
Many people were using their snow blowers to clear the snow from their driveways following the snowstorm.
Thursday night's snowstorm dumped between four and nine inches of heavy wet snow all across western Massachusetts.
If you're not careful shoveling the heavy wet snow you could end up in the emergency room.
A Lynn Haven family takes one last family photo in front of a downed tree that used to be the backdrop for dozens of milestones.
Tracking some light snow tonight and a wintry mix and rain for the start of the week.
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