There's still more snow in the forecast for today, but it's all north of Boston with Maine still getting hammered:
Also a quick lesson on what an inversion is and why it causes freezing rain: as you can see in the graphic to the left, the temperature gets very warm as you go up, well above the freezing mark. The snowy precipitation melts into rain above us, but when it reaches the surface it freezes once again as ice on the pavement or anything else it touches.
Careful on the roads tonight as temperatures will dip well below freezing again and all the snow that melts today may become black ice. Keep an eye out and be safe.