FRAMINGHAM – Framingham has been hit hard by the latest storm.
As of 8 a.m., 34 percent of the City or more than 10,000 customers are without power.
UPDATED: At 8:55 a.m. Eversource Tweeted “We have no ETRs for Framingham yet.” (ETR – estimate time for restoration of power.)
There are several major roadways and streets blocked by downed trees, poles, and wires.
Framingham students have a snow day from kindergarteners to students at Framingham State University.
Framingham Superintendent of Schools Bob Tremblay made the snow day decision just before 5 a.m. today. Source posted it on Facebook immediately and then updated the Storm Central post.
The Mayor’s office closed all non-essential municipal buildings including the Memorial Building and the libraries around 6 a.m.
Framingham DPW crews have been out since early last night. They have more than 125 vehicles on the roads, and also are cleaning up downed trees throughout the City.
As of this moment, trash collection will take place today, but the trucks will be late.
Photo of a downed tree and an Eversource truck on Roling Drive in Framingham