Sunday was the first day of spring, meaning Boston’s abnormally warm winter officially came to a close. But winter wasn’t going to go out without a bang.
— Mike Collins ⚾ (@collinsz10) March 21, 2016
— Julia Grantham (@JuliaGrantham2) March 21, 2016
— Melissa Sullivan (@Emjay1028) March 21, 2016
Try not to think about the fact that it was 75 degrees and sunny in Boston just last week. No good can come of that.
— Deepak Seth (@xydac) March 21, 2016
— 617 Images Boston (@617Images) March 21, 2016
Not everyone is unhappy about the unexpected flakes–many who were bummed out by the mild winter are happy to finally have another snow day.
— Sue Parke (@slparkel) March 21, 2016
Storm conditions are expected to improve by this afternoon, and snowfall will stop by mid- to late-morning, according to meteorologist and Boston.com contributor Dave Epstein. He said he’s thinking of this “as an inconvenient interlude in what’s been a very early start to spring.” So nicer weather is coming – just with some snow mixed in.
V concerned that spring and winter just decided to switch places this year #Boston
— Tori Donahue (@toridonahue_) March 21, 2016