Cleanup underway in Bay State after multi-day storm dumps more than a foot of snow in many areas

WORCESTER, MASS. (WHDH) - Crews are busy plowing the roads across the Bay State as a multi-day storm continues to dump more than a foot of snow in some towns.

Gov. Charlie Baker said nearly 4,000 pieces of equipment — 2,100 plows, 1,400 plower-spreader combinations, and 460 front end loaders — will be on the roads.

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Worcester received more than 10 inches of snow on Monday, as well as about five more inches on Tuesday morning.

Worcester City Manager Edward M. Augustus Jr. says a parking ban remains in effect.

“If you’ve put your car in one of the city garages, you can leave it there free of charge so you can comply with the parking ban,” he said. “We want to get as close to curb to curb in the plowing operations.”

Classes at Worcester Public Schools were canceled for Monday and Tuesday.

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