Winter Storm Juno: Important Blizzard-Related News
Winter Storm Juno Hitting Boston: What You Need To Know
Winter Storm Juno is a major winter storm set to bring blizzard conditions to Boston and the region as a whole over a forty-eight hour span from late Monday, January 26th, through early Wednesday, January 28th.
Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker has declared a statewide state of emergency and has banned all travel in the state after 12 am on Tuesday, January 27th. Visit the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) page for more information from the state.
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) has suspended service for 24 hours starting at 12 am on Tuesday, January 27th. This includes all modes of MBTA service: buses, subways, water shuttles, commuter rail, and The Ride.
The City of Boston declared a snow emergency and parking ban effective after 6 pm on Monday, January 26th. Please visit the City's Snow Center subpage for a variety of critical information feeds, including:
- The ALERTBoston emergency notification system;
- MBTA service alerts;
- Municipal closings and alerts;
- And City of Boston shoveling/snow removal regulations and guidelines.