? 10 to 14 inches of snow are forecast in Boston and areas west and north.
? MBTA subway trains will be on a normal schedule, with commuter rail trains on reduced service. Buses will be on snow routes.
? Public schools in Boston and other localities are closed Thursday.
? Boston's snow emergency will take effect at 7 a.m. Thursday.
? Power outages are possible because of high winds.
The Boston Globe
Snowstorm, cold temperatures will be big test for MBTA
The MBTA is facing its most serious challenge since the disastrous storms of 2015, with blizzard-like conditions expected, followed by Arctic cold into the weekend.
An impending nor?easter is expected to drop up to a foot of snow on the Boston area Thursday. These maps show you exactly what to expect.
Schools around the region are deciding to cancel classes for Thursday as a formidable nor?easter bears down on New England.
Power outages will be very possible because of strong wind gusts, meaning affected people could be without heat as arctic cold sets in after the storm.
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