JB Parrett captured the sunset over the Charles this evening.
But perhaps nowhere more so than over Dorchester, as Annabelle Blake noticed when she looked down Morrissey Boulevard.
JB Parrett caught this unusual cloud formation north of Boston today.
Eileen Murphy looked towards the west late this afternoon and spotted a sun halo.
Tanya Kutasz shows us the low clouds over Boston this morning.
Jessica Burko shows us the view towards downtown from Roslindale around 1 p.m. She called them "a giant sky quilt wanting to snuggle" (so maybe she's tired, while I'm hungry).
Erica Mattison watched some clouds that obviously mean business roll over what used to be the Casey Overpass in Forest Hills around 3:40 p.m.
JB Parrett watched the evening storm roll in over the Back Bay.
Leah Klein was not much liking what she saw in the sky over Chelsea early this evening.
Around 5:40 p.m. The clouds were moving from the northwest to the southeast.
Ryan Meador watched the clouds moving over the Charles without doing much more than looking menacing, around 6:20 p.m.
Around 6 p.m., lots of people looked up and spotted the gigantic, majestic cloud just sitting up there, reaching way up into the sky.
Eric spotted the cloud over the Zakim - and much of the rest of the area.
Other views of the cloud:
Channel 5 reported debris from Monson fell in Upton, 50 miles away. Stephanie Bradner reported from Dedham:
Debris was falling in Dedham MA from 6-630 PM - leaves, branches and other items falling from much higher than treetops.
Jenn Martinelli said, if nothing else, East Boston got an interesting sunset out of the storm:
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