All Courts closed today due to snow

At 5 am, the Massachusetts Trial Court announced that all courts in the Commonwealth will be closed today due to the major snowstorm that struck the region overnight. Since the Middlesex North Registry of Deeds is located within the Superior Courthouse in Lowell, it too is closed for the day. The announcement that Lowell Public Schools were closed was made last night at 7 pm. All other schools in the area are also closed.

Also at 5 am, there was already about 5 inches of snow on the ground with heavy snow continuing to fall. The weather forecasters on TV are telling us that the storm and the snow will continue throughout the day. I’ll update this post periodically through the day with more observations. Please share your experiences with today’s storm in the comments section.

One Response to All Courts closed today due to snow

  1. Marianne says:

    Took the pup out at about 5:45 am and the snow was falling heavily, the wind was whipping and visibility was poor. There are about seven inches on snow on the ground, which up to the pup’s eyes, and he was not happy to be out even though he likes the snow. As we were out, our plow guy said “It’s smart you’re taking him out now, pretty soon the snow’s going to be over his head and you won’t be able to.”