With temperatures hovering in the mid-80s along the Northeast corridor today, it’s easy to forget how terribly cold and snowy this winter was. It’s slightly harder for Bostonites, though, since they still have melting snow on the ground.
The Tide Street Snow Farm sits in a parking lot near the seaport and is where much of Boston’s snow is taken after a large snowfall. What started as 15- to 20-foot piles of white has now dwindled down to black garbage mountains.
America the beautiful!