The snow piles are down, but we had a 4-5 inch refresher in our neighborhood overnight. That places us at 6 feet of snowfall this winter, still about 15 inches shy of the record, but combined with the cold weather, it's been one hell of a winter.
A strange commute home today. Ordinarily, there is standing room only when I board the Red Line. Today, the train is nearly empty. When we reached Bryn Mawr, everything went dark. A stammering engineer announced that the power is shut down because someone is on the tracks at the Thorndale station up ahead. We're still waiting.
The main streets are in good shape, but, as you can see, the snow is piling up. We've had more than 5 1/2 feet of snowfall so far this winter. Obviously, most of that has melted away, even though the temperature has only broken the freezing mark, just barely, a couple of times. The heat of the sunlight still melts away the top level of snow, even with temperatures below freezing.