The city of Boston says it's ready for the snow and cold.
Mayor Marty Walsh says the city can handle anything Mother Nature throws at it. This season, the city's Public Works Department is preparing to throw down about 100,000 tons of salt. It also has the capability to expand to up to 800 pieces of equipment to keep the city's roads safe.
Mayor Walsh says the city has also ordered a third truck-mounted snowblower.
No snow is expected for Thanksgiving - just bitter cold temps - but, after all, this is New England, so they say they're ready for anything.
The city's winter weather website can be found here.
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