Among them is Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt, which posted to its Facebook page a photo that says "Closed due to weather. Come back spoon."
Do you run a business and want to let residents know that it's closed, or do you know of somewhere in town that is closed? Let the community know in the comments section below.
Updated Wednesday at 9:46 a.m.: According to the Acton town website, all town offices, including the library and transfer station, will be closed due to the snow. Emergency services, however, will continue as usual.
Residents are reminded about the winter parking ban that is in place. No parking is allowed overnight between 1 a.m. and 6 a.m., and any vehicles that are illegally parked will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense if they interfere with snow removal operations, according to the town.
ORIGINAL STORY: Are you a fan of winter? Then you'll be happy to see what's coming on Wednesday.
Snow is expected to roll into the region early Wednesday morning, and Acton will likely see a significant total by day's end.
Below is what you need to know about the latest winter storm. We will be updating this storm center article when warranted during the storm, so be sure to check back throughout.
All indications are that Acton and the surrounding area is likely to get a minimum of six inches of snow.
That total, according to several forecasts, could climb up to as much as 10 inches in town. The snow isn't expected to be the light, fluffy stuff. Meteorologists are expecting this to be a heavier snow.School Closed
There was no need for students to get up early on Wednesday to check if they had to bundle up and head to school.
That's because Acton Public Schools made the decision on Tuesday night to cancel school on Wednesday due to the snow.
Acton Emergency Contacts
- In case of an emergency, dial 911
- Acton Police Department - 978-264-9638
- Acton Fire Department - 978-264-9645
- National Grid power outages: 800-465-1212
- National Grid gas emergencies: 800-233-5325
- NStar: Report a power outage website
- Comcast: 1-800-COMCAST (1-800-266-2278)
- Verizon: 1-800-VERIZON (1-800-837-4966)
- RCN: 1-866-TECH-RCN (1-866-832-4726)
- MBTA/Commuter Rail: service updates