"A TON OF SNOW" EXPECTED AS BAKER URGES PEOPLE TO WORK FROM HOME
The second nor'easter to hit Massachusetts in a week is expected to generate "blizzard-like" conditions, according to Gov. Charlie Baker, who on Monday evening decided to close state government on Tuesday and urged private employers to let people work from home.
"We urging the public to stay off the roads. If you need to go out, please use public transit whenever possible," Baker said Monday at a press conference from the state's Highway Operations Center.
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