Boston is on pace to disappear forever—thanks to the T and the snow.
In response to Winter Storm Marcus, Boston College cancelled class for the fourth time in two weeks, with another 18 to 24 inches of snow expected to fall.
Winter storm Juno hit Boston hard this week—but it didn’t come close to the damage left by the Blizzard of 1978.
Boston is working to recover from the historic blizzard, while preparing for the next major snowfall.
Class has been canceled in response to a snowfall of over 24 inches, with evening classes and those in the Woods College the exceptions.
Boston College suspended regular activities Tuesday in light of the massive winter storm Juno, which has already made Boston’s top ten list for severity.
The University has canceled all classes tonight and tomorrow following a state of emergency issued by Governor Charlie Baker.