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Adverse weather conditions in parts of the United States continue to hamper airlift into St Lucia and the rest of the Caribbean.

The city of Boston, which has already been buried under a historic amount of snow, is bracing for yet another 'significant' storm, expected to strike Saturday, that could dump an additional 12-14 inches of snow in the area.

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said the snow is expected to continue into Sunday and that the city is already taking steps to remove large mounds of snow in preparation for the storm. The city has employed snow farms, high-power snow melters and will enforce a parking ban once the weekend storm begins.

We get the details from St Lucian broadcaster Marcus James who is resident in Boston.

Boston's Logan Airport measured 72 inches of snow in the last two and a half weeks.
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