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Midway Cafe: Opened at 4 p.m. Sunday. 617-524-9038
Major arteries where parking is banned as of 10 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 14, 2015. Credit: City of Boston
Here we go again. Mayor Marty Walsh announced a snow emergency and parking ban will begin at 10 p.m. Saturday, with tagging and towing to begin at midnight. That means you can't park your car on main arteries like Centre Street.
The National Weather Service has issued a blizzard warning for JP effective 7 p.m. Saturday. The Nor'easter is expected to bring another 10-14 inches of snow and produce whiteout conditions. The weather agency had previously issued a blizzard watch. The city has seen 78 inches of snow dumped on it in 2015. We're an inch shy of the snowiest month in Boston history, according to the National Weather Service.
Snow art in JP pic.twitter.com/Rz5zZrLYYE— Neal Simpson (@NealBSimpson) January 31, 2015
Jamaica Plain's Neal Simpson captured this bit of snow art on the MSCPA wall (Day Street side). Each weekday we post an image from around the neighborhood. If you have a photo that screams (or even whispers) "Jamaica Plain," here are four ways to nominate it as our "Photo of the Day":
Email me at chris@jamaicaplainnews
Tag a picture on Twitter with @02130News
Put your photo in the Jamaica Plain News photo pool on Flickr
After three snow days, Boston Public Schools are open again Friday, according to a Tweet sent by the city. "Please use caution when traveling to and from school," reads a notice on the schools' Web site. "Snow piles remain high in some spots." Winter Storm Juno dumped two feet of snow on Boston. For all your JP blizzard news in one place, check Jamaica Plain Storm Center.