Friday, Jan 3.
The National Weather Service predicts 14 to 18 inches of snow and bitter cold temperatures with a high around 13 degrees and a wind chill of -15. The evening will clear up, but the temperatures may get down to as low as -5 with a -19 windchill. Stay warm, folks.
No school in Stoneham.
Stoneham Library: The Library will open at noon on Friday, weather permitting.
Town Hall Offices will reopen at 8 a.m. January 6.
The Senior Center will be closed again on Friday, Jan 3. and will reopen at 8:30 a.m. on Monday, Jan 6.
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick announced Thursday night that the state government will be shut down on Friday as a result of the storm.
In addition, Patrick said that private employers are encouraged to keep employees home for the day as well. He also warned residents to prepare for freezing temperatures.
- Emergency: 911
- DPW Snow and Ice Department: 781-438-0760
Here is the DPW’s Snow and Ice Department’s website incase you need any information. The Town's Snow Plowing Info page is here for any questions also.
- NSTAR Electric & Gas: 800-592-2000
- MBTA: 617-222-3200
- Message from Fire Chief Rolli: Help Shovel Fire Hydrants.
Get email updates about the storm and more to http://Stoneham.patch.com/email.
Thursday, Jan. 2
- The National Weather Service predicts 10-14 inches of snow in the Boston area.
Delays, cancellations and closings:
- Schools: All Stoneham Public Schools are CLOSED on Thursday. The Superintendent will decided whether or not schools will reopen on Friday by 3 p.m. Thursday afternoon.
- Municipal buildings: Regular hours
- State offices: Regular hours
- Logan Airport: Open expected to end tonight at 8:30 p.m. due to snow and resume sometime tomorrow. Check your flight status.
- Library: Open
- The Stoneham Boys and Girls Club is CLOSED Thursday.
-The Stone Zoo is CLOSED Thursday.