Region scrambles to resume its routines today ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Aram Boghosian At Boston Public Garden, Jack Boyce, 2, enjoyed a New England winter rite of passage: tasting some winter snow. Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe Joe Ciolino and his son, John, sat in a small snow fort in Boston Common. Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe Nareisa Niedl helped her daughter, Olivia, build a snowman in Boston Common. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Residents on N Street in South Boston shoveled out on Sunday afternoon. Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff MBTA passengers boarded a Green Line train at Kenmore Square as service restarted shortly after 2 p.m. Sunday. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff William Curdo got a roof's-eye view of the snowfall as he cleaned off his car on M Street in South Boston. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff An umbrella and a chair served as a parking spot saver in South Boston on Sunday. Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe About 50 people participated in a planned snowball fight in Boston Common Sunday afternoon. Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe Emerson student Mick Jacobs (left) hurled a snowball. Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe Thomas Appleton and his 4-year-old son, Nalu, rode a sled down a small hill in Boston Common. Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe Two dogs played in the snow in Boston Common. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff After seeing a family member off, the Villamil family of Boston paused to watch planes out a window at Logan Airport. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff A coat hung on a shovel as South Boston residents dug out from the snowstorm Sunday. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff A tree fell on a home on Main Street in Hanover. Barry Chin/Globe Staff While the walkways were clear in Hull, ice still covered the facades of business storefronts on Nantasket Avenue. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Joe Laspada, owner of Bridgeman's Restaurant in Hull, cleared the ice from the front of his restaurant. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff The parking lot of the Hanover Mall served as a staging area for up to 100 utility trucks on Sunday afternoon. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Snow removal continued Sunday at Logan Airport as flights resumed for the first full day since the storm. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff People lined up to go through security in Terminal A at Logan Airport. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff Leo Verrochi leaned out a window to clean off the roof of his front porch in Quincy. Barry Chin/Globe Staff A utility worker checked out ice-covered power lines in Hull. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Snow was piled high at the intersection of East Fourth Street and Pacific Street in South Boston. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Jessica Mercaldi took a break as Sean Ledwidge shoveled out a car on Marine Road in South Boston. Barry chin/globe staff A vehicle was partly submerged in ice and water near Adduci Way in Hull. Mario Tama/Getty Images A woman walked past a man with a snowblower in Boston’s Back Bay on Sunday. jonathan wiggs/globe staff The storm surge tossed large rocks and other debris onto Rebecca Road in Scituate. Charles Krupa/Associate d Press National Grid employees met with utility workers from South Carolina for a planning session in Hanover Sunday morning. jonathan wiggs/globe staff Ron Lund made his way with propane tanks on Otis Road in Scituate. Jonathan Wiggs/globe staff Vehicles lined up at a gas station on Route 3A in Scituate. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Residents on Shawmut Avenue in Boston dug out after the storm. DAVID L. RYAN/GLOBE STAFF Water closed in on Andrea Giacomozti and her daughter Gavin of Turner Road in Scituate. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff PFC Juan Jimens with the 11 82nd National Guard looked over a flooded Turner Road in Scituate. Charles Krupa/AP A snowboarder caught some air on Boston Common. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff A National Grid utility worker worked on a power line. Stan Grossfeld/ Globe Staff A snowblower sprayed as winds gusted. Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe Frank Baldwin crested a hill of snow in Salisbury. ARAM BOGHOSIAN FOR THE GLOBE Zachary Lavalley, 4, relaxed at the Salisbury senior center, where many sought refuge. John Tlumacki/globe staff Boylston Street was a pedestrian walkway at midday Saturday. Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe Waves crashed over sand barriers and destroyed the decks of shorefront houses on Plum Island. Getty Images Waves breached a wall in Winthrop Saturday. JOHN TLUMACKI/GLOBE STAFF Aengus Mcallister emerged with his snow brush from his vehicle on Beacon Hill. Getty Images A Winthrop resident shoveled as the waves crashed nearby. David L. Ryan / Globe Staff Snowdrifts completely covered cars in South Boston. David L. Ryan / Globe Staff In South Boston, residents began to dig out their cars. David L. Ryan / Globe Staff One person strapped on a snowboard to navigate the wintry streets. David L. Ryan / Globe Staff Snow covered the steps of homes in South Boston. Bill Greene/Globe Staff A Needham resident shoveled his driveway. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff Danny Gray, 6, took a rest from shoveling in Newton. Elise Amendola/associated press Nicole Lacoursiere of North Andover made a snow angel. Joanne Rathe/ Globe Staff Shea, 6 and Sienna, 4, Brearley slid down their grandparents' front steps in Lexington.