BEVERLY (WHDH) - Trees caused some trouble across the Bay State. Whipping winds knocked down trees and brought down wires.
Massachusetts Department of Transportation urged people to take it slow on the road with temperatures plummeting on Sunday.
It was a messy scene in Beverly.
A tree took down a telephone poll; branches filled the street and wires down. It just missed a man’s garage.
“I was just sitting in the living room looking at the football game, and looked outside and saw the tree crash,” said Jim Shalor, of Beverly.
The tree did fall on a neighbor’s car. The window was smashed and branches piled on top.
Thankfully, everyone is OK and no one was hit by the tree or live power lines.
Severe winds in Scituate caused a tree to crash through the roof of the former Allen Memorial Library.
The 105 year building was left with severe damage.
Wicked winds in West Roxbury brought down another tree, blocking the road.
The wind was not the only problem.
Cold temperatures returned MassDOT issued the following warning for driving saying they are,
…Reminded to please exercise patience and allow sufficient space around plows and other vehicles to ensure the safety of everyone on the road
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