Mary Ellen spotted this skater on the Charles River at Millennium Park in West Roxbury a couple days ago.
Authorities, of course, recommend not skating on the Charles.
Chelsea firefighter Jonathan Morel was photographed yesterday about to rescue a motorist on Eastern Avenue who'd gotten trapped by a slushy flood from the nearby Chelsea Creek. About a dozen city blocks turned into slush rivers at the height of the storm and firefighters rescued several dozen people from their cars.
Ed. note: Nothing's on fire in the background; those are lights at a parking lot.
No, I haven't just spent too much time outside in the cold. But I think the local TV stations did a really good job with yesterday's storm. Read more.
At high tide today, Neil looked out at his condo parking lot off Nantasket Avenue in Hull.
Colleen O'Connor watched the waterfall at the Forest Hills T stop round 10 p.m.
The storm about to bombogenisize, as seen by the GOES-East satellite around 6 p.m.
The eggman got to the egg case at the Dedham Stop & Shop just in time, in this case around 4:30 p.m. The store was pretty crowded, as were the Star Market and Roche Bros. in West Roxbury.
Mayor Walsh just announced BPS schools will be closed due to the storm. City community centers, however, will be open. City Hall will also be open, but only staffed with emergency personnel. Read more.
City Councilor Matt O'Malley (Jamaica Plain, West Roxbury) is promising $5 JP Licks gift certificates to Boston kids whose parents send him photos of them standing next to the fire hydrants they've dug out after tomorrow's bombocyclopocalypse - just like he's done after other snowstorms over the past few years.