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UPDATED: No School, and More Snow Info

Here is the snow again.

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7:18 a.m., Friday: @Shrewsbury Parks Tweeted that trash pickup will be delayed by one day. Friday's trash will get picked up on Saturday.

5:30 a.m., Friday: Harvey Leonard reported on Channel 5 that Shrewsbury received 11 3/4 inches already. "No only is it snowing, it is snowing hard. There is less than a mile visibility in Greater Boston Metrowest."

10 p.m., Thursday: NEWeather Tweeted that there is 5 inches in Shrewsbury.

3 p.m. Thursday: The National Weather Service in Taunton has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook and Winter Storm Warning for Shrewsbury, predicting that it could see 8 to 12 inches of snow from the storm, which began overnight and is expected to end Friday afternoon.

Jim Arnold, weather specialist with Shrewsbury Emergency Management, said recently, "Temperatures have fallen in the central Massachusetts area and the snow is now sticking in places where it had been melting as it falls.  Final accumulations will be on the order of 6 to 10 inches in and around the Shrewsbury/Worcester area.Snow will continue at varying rates throughout the night and Friday morning, coming to an end around noon. The jackpot area will be south on Route 495 in the Mansfield, Foxboro, Walpole area where up to 16 inches could fall."

Cancellations and Delays:

  • At 5:30 a.m., Friday, Harvey Leonard reported on Channel 5 that Shrewsbury received 11 3/4 inches already. "No only is it snowing, it is snowing hard. There is less than a mile visibility in Greater Boston Metrowest." There also is no school on Friday, as reported on WCVB.
  • 5:30 A.M.: No School, St. John's High School

Check Shrewsbury Patch for updates on weather conditions, cancellations, and potential power outages.

Organizations and businesses are encouraged to email charlene.arsenault@patch.com with any storm related news, delays or cancellations. You can also post them in the comments section.

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