Boston residents may be used to snowy weather, but no coat, hat or scarf?
ABC News Senior Meteorologist Rob Marciano ran into a commuter braving today’s blizzard in just a business suit.
As Marciano helped him with his suitcase, he learned the man was going into the office and wanted to “travel light.”
“Someone’s gotta go in,” the man said.
The commuter said he’s “used to this” because he’s from Buffalo.
“It’s like spring break,” he joked.
Despite the falling snow, he still sees a bright side to his commute. “At least no traffic,” he said.
Boston has over 12 inches of snow as of 9 a.m. today. The city’s public schools are closed and Amtrak service to New York is suspended.
Throughout Massachusetts, about 25,000 power outages have been reported.
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