BOXFORD, MA (WHDH) — Cleanup continued Saturday into Sunday in parts of Massachusetts after Wednesday’s nor’easter.
Crews are still working to clear toppled trees from power lines, but the power problems continued into Saturday night.
Many people in Boxford were still dealing with power problems – hundreds of people have been in the dark for days.
One Boxford resident said it “warms his heart” to see crews working on restoring the power. He also noted that crews have been “working very hard.”
As of Saturday evening, 60% of people in Boxford still had no power. By Sunday morning, the percentage of people without power dropped below 30%.
While the work is appreciated, some are still frustrated by the fact that another storm is heading into MA on Tuesday.
Although snow is not expected to be as heavy as it was during the last nor’easter, the state will still experience 6-12 inches of snow between Monday evening and Tuesday. For more, visit 7Weather.
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