Latest Storm Delivers Slushy Snow, School Delays

HYANNIS – The latest round of winter weather to impact the area began with wet snow on Cape Cod late Sunday night and early Monday morning before changing over to rain.

A couple of wet and slushy inches fell before the changeover, but it was just enough to prompt some school delays.

The National Weather Service said heavy rain would continue on the Cape by late morning.

Many roads were experiencing minor flooding in the early morning hours.

There were power outages reported locally in Chatham, Sandwich, Barnstable and Plymouth.

Some areas well off-Cape were expecting up to a foot of snow.

Governor Charlie Baker announced an 11:00 a.m. delayed start time for all non-emergency state executive branch employees due to the winter weather.

The MBTA and commuter rail were running a weekday train schedule.


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