"The hell am i supposed to do with all this leftover French toast?" Steve Saleeba asks.
"There ended up being just too much dry air in the lower to mid levels of the atmosphere to support much snow across southern New England," the National Weather Service explains.
Still, the storm had its moments: Read more.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter-storm watch that goes into effect Wednesday morning and we've got at least one local forecaster begging people not to blame to blame her for what could be up to ten inches of heavy, wet, power-line-snapping snow coming Wednesday into Thursday in what would be our fourth nor'easter of the month. So, really, what choice did the French Toast Alert panic analysts have but to up the alert - get some milk, egg and bread tomorrow.
H/t John Hanzl for the title.
Mike V. watched a crew today tear down the 306 West 3 St. building that started shaking so much at the height of the storm Friday that BFD ordered the evacuation of its neighboring houses just in case it collapsed altogether. Read more.
Gordon Hallett looked down Concord Street in Malden this morning.
Jim Corbo reports the wind sheared off the roof of the Ross Elementary School in East Braintree:
Classes to be held in Oz until further notice.
Brookline Police report:
Thankfully the family got out if their car 20 seconds before the tree crushed the rear passenger compartment.
Meghan MacLean Weir reports:
Someone who works in Seaport just sent office email asking for Dramamine as building swaying in the wind.
Pics or it didn't happen? Don Anderson posted some video of the swaying door to his office at the Federal Reserve Bank. We don't know which floor he's on, but he's the bank's CIO, so we're going to assume it's pretty high up.
A tree that fell on the Green Line tracks between Brookline Village and Brookline Hills means the T is now busing people between Fenway and Reservoir.
Rick Macomber covers the waterfront:
The Helsinki Bridge cargo ship was towed by tugboats tonight from Boston outer harbor back to Conley Pier in South Boston after being torn away in the wind storm on Tuesday.
Trees fell, power lines snapped and cats raced through apartments looking for a safe space as the Great Sou'easter of 2017 roared through the state overnight. Read more.
As the front came through this afternoon, a gust of wind near Lechmere station took down a street-light pole, which fell on the hood of a car making a turn, after which the light bounced into the street, as Lisa captured.
She reports the driver and somebody in the back seat appeared to get out physically OK. Read more.
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