I'll try not to make this too long. I am a tenant in a building in downtown Boston. About two weeks ago I found a leak in my ceiling in my room right above my bed. I called my landlord and informed him of the problem. He stated that he was already aware of a similar problem with a neighbor and he called a contractor. The contractor, in turn said that because of the snowy and rainy weather we are having he can't do too much with the roof. Therefore, I had to wait a couple of days for dry weather. Two nights ago it was snowing very heavily and the leak became even worse. I want to complain to my landlord but first I need to know if there is actually a viable solution to fixing the leak just by touching the ceiling. The weather is still a little wet and going to the roof might not be an option. Is there an alternate, temporary solution to stopping the leak indoors?
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