A very potent winter snow storm is set to arrive in southern New England Sunday afternoon.
– Weather and shopping news covered by Quincy Quarry News with commentary added.
Sloppy snow jobs and possible Snow Daze Northeaster on the horizon over Sunday night into Monday..
Needless to say, the actual rain/snow line when the storm slams into Eastern Massachusetts will be the deciding factor as far as Quincy locals will be concerned.
As such, Quincy Quarry is issuing a doubled up French Toast storm alert given that white bread is surely already in short supply given the current demand for it to make post-Thanksgiving turkey sandwiches over this long holiday weekend football bacchanal.
That and Quincy Quarry’ consumer affairs and other sorts of affairs desk is further recommending that area residents do what they can to take care of their holiday gift shopping as soon as possible.
Additionally, those with school age children underfoot should be sure to lay in ample supplies of adult libations during the quiet before the storm.
Key for Quincy locals will be if City of Quincy Department of Public Work employees can be dragged away from watching NFL games on Sunday, including the New England Patriots’ prime time game against AFC South Division leading Houston Texans.
As such, for a good indicator if DPW workers were successfully rousted on Sunday, look out for brine lines on local streets.
A word to the wise: the current over and under is not favorable even given the potential for scoring holiday weekend overtime pay rates.