Severity of nor'easter surprises many in Boston

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March 8, 2013, 10:29 pm
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(NECN: John Moroney, Boston) - Friday evening in Boston's Back Bay was a little cool, but people were out and about.

The streets that were, at one point, covered in snow are now merely a wet pavement.

The snow that has gathered on the sides of the roads became slushy and has started to freeze up.

The commute was difficult in the morning, when school in the city was in session. A lot of people disagreed with the decision not to cancel school.

NECN reporter John Moroney has more.

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