BOSTON (CBS) — No major problems were reported during the first substantial snow of the season.
Logan Airport says it’s open for business but dozens of flights have been cancelled. Several more have been rerouted to other airports.
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Massport suggests checking with your airline before you leave for the airport.
On the T, the Mattapan branch of the Red Line is operating by bus, instead of train, Sunday morning.
The T says the snow should be cleared from the lines by Sunday afternoon and then they’ll return to train service.
Some power outages were also reported.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Kim Tunnicliffe reports
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Customers in Boston, Weston and Salisbury were without power Sunday morning. Crews said they were working quickly to fix…
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