ANDOVER, MASS. (WHDH) - Officials are urging commuters to stay off the roadways as March’s third nor’easter brings heavy snow.
Few cars were seen driving on Interstate 93 in Andover as snow began to accumulate onto the highway.
“People have listened to the governor; they’re staying off the roads,” said Methuen Police Chief Joe Soloman. “Visibility is extremely short and the roads are extremely slippery even though there’s not a lot of accumulation.”
Crews pre-treated the roads overnight and plow trucks could be seen keeping the streets clear.
Those who have to commute Tuesday are encouraged to take it slow.
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