For buried Boston, storm was no joke But warmer air is expected to help in cleanup
BOSTON -- Weary city residents were cleaning up after the worst blizzard to hit in 20 years, but they're hoping warmer weather will ease the work load today.
The nor'easter, dubbed ``the April Fools' storm,'' dumped 24 inches of snow on the city Monday and Tuesday. Other parts of southern New England reported more than 30 inches.
``By Saturday I expect to be pushing a roto-tiller,'' Boston resident Wayne Vargas joked as he shoveled out Tuesday.
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