Yeah, it's only February and Boston has already been blasted with several record-breaking storms. The misery only continued Sunday as another blizzard slammed the region with snow and bone-chilling winds.
Some areas of Massachusetts received more than a foot of snow as of Sunday morning, the National Weather Service reported.
Many parts of the state were under a blizzard warning until Monday, with some areas facing the potential of hurricane-force winds.
The snow will likely be followed by temperatures as low as -25 degrees with the wind chill, according to the National Weather Service. Parts of Massachusetts were also under a wind chill warning because of the dangerous temperature.
In response to the storm, Boston's transit authority announced that it was suspending all service on Sunday.
Almost 400 flights were cancelled at Logan Airport in Boston, according to FlightAware.com.
There have been multiple reports of roof collapses, flooding, and road closures because of the blizzard, the National Weather Service said.
The storm also brought snow to the Midwest.
Wind gusts of up to 60 mph and heavy snow were reported in Michigan. The region was experiencing brutal temperatures as low as -24 degrees with the wind chill on Sunday.