Between the rain that fell after the snow yesterday and the slowly-creeping-up temperature, we're seeing a lot of water coming down the hill! The stream right now is up to 7 inches even; I think it will go higher today. Both the secondary and tertiary channels are flowing, and the Cascades are rushing through the snow. If you've never seen the Cascades in the winter, come have a look!
The National Weather Service is reporting a total of 7.5 inches of snow in Worcester yesterday.
At 9am, it is just hitting 40 degrees and rising
The barometer is 28.67 and rising under clear blue skies