Well, it’s official. After a busy Christmas holiday, Stroll, and New Year, Nantucket received its first winter snow. And although there’s nothing quite like a snow-covered island, you can almost always count on delays and cancellations getting on and off. So to help visitors and locals alike, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite ways to stay in the know for all things weather and transportation.
🌊 Keep an eye out for the Steamship General Public Vehicle Reservation Program, starting Tuesday, January 18. The reservation office will have extended hours to provide support to customers through January 24. You can check out the full details of the schedule by clicking here.
🛥 Follow @hylinealerts on Twitter. They post up-to-date boat schedules and alerts based on the weather.
❄️ Join @NantucketWeather on Facebook, where Blair Perkins gives his best travel predictions.
📱Subscribe to @inquirerandmirror travel text alerts, featuring boat and plane cancellations and weather updates.
While you book (or…rebook) your winter travel, check out these snowy photos of your favorite island, captured in snowstorms past!