9:57 a.m. Sunday: There are 1,200 homes without power in Boston, according to the city's Alert Boston system. Further, they say to expect it to take a long time for restorations. Via Twitter, I'm seeing a few scattered reports of JP outages.
9:53 a.m. Sunday: The Mass. Emergency Management Agency reports that as of 9 a.m., 658,486 customers are without power. According to Channel 5, that puts the storm into Hurricane Irene territory as far as power cuts are concerned. There were 750,000 during Irene.
9:44 a.m. Sunday: Well, durn. The official snow total at Logan is 1.0 inch, according to Terry Eliasen at WBZ. That means we missed beating the record, which was 1.1 inches.
9:41 a.m. Sunday: Well, it wasn't the four inches we might have gotten. Seems to be melting rapidly, too.
11:38 p.m. Saturday: The Mass. Emergency Management Agency reports statewide power outages stood at 364,452 (as of 11 p.m.)
11:26 p.m. Saturday: A Forest Hills resident with the Twitter handle TrainMon! is reporting a power outage. At Weld Hill and Wachusett in Forest Hills we still have power.
11:10 p.m. Saturday: The storm that has caused widespread power outages across the state is bringing wet snow to JP, weighing down limbs and making streets treacherous.
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