Well, to see how seriously everyone's taking this, the governor and Mayor Mumbles have called on all Boston business and schools (including colleges and universities) to close tomorrow, so we don't have the risk of a Blizzard of '78-style parking lot on 128. Suffolk's already called it, and we're not supposed to see the first flake until late tonight (3 or 4 a.m.).
We've invited Zoe Wells up to ride out the storm with us, so she and I will have to figure out the best time to connect. (I'm probably going to ask her to take the commuter rail up if it's much later than 1 p.m., since it's looking more and more like a damned ugly bit of commute.)
By 9 p.m., we should have a foot on the ground up here in Middleton...and then it gets really going. More than 3" an hour, is what they're predicting, during the worst of it. Not to mention that it'll snow sideways.
Gonna go buy a fowl (scrawny old chicken) and make soup. Gonna bake us up some bread. Got a fire all set for the fireplace, and there can be cocoa. :-)
Hope your slush just stays that way. Wouldn't wish this one on anyone...not even the Steelers!