Somebody is not going to be very happy when they get home to Trenton Street in East Boston today, Josh Deering shows us.
Frank Kosiba watched the storm roll in from his deck in South Boston.
Elsie Kenyon, meanwhile, got to see both ends of the rainbow from the Longfellow Bridge: Read more.
Conventures shows us that the South Boston snow pile got a surprise visit today from Boston firefighters, who set up hoses to dump water on it - whether to reduce its stench or shrink its size, we don't know. But what if, you know, that only made it stronger - and angrier?
A roving UHub photographer enjoyed the sunset over the Back Bay from the Ink Block in the South End tonight.
Tomo photographed the downtown fog from the Hancock tower.
It looks like smoke, and some people are reporting smelling smoke, but, no, that's fog that suddenly enveloped downtown around 2:30 p.m. Mike Zwirko explains: Read more.
Ryan Meador watched the clouds moving over the Charles without doing much more than looking menacing, around 6:20 p.m.
Benjamin CL reports on the fog layer that made half the Hancock and most of the downtown skyline disappear, at least as seen from Wollaston Beach late this afternoon.
Last night, the city marked a number of Citizens Connect snow complaints closed with this note:
Thank you for your request. This service request is now considered closed due to the recent arrival of Spring. The City worked around the clock this winter to address the record-breaking snowfall and we hope that many of your concerns were resolved. We encourage you to let us know of any additional issues and thank you for working with us to make the City a better place. Thank you for your patience and we apologize for any requests that we were not able to get to.
Jonathan Berk captured the sky over Boston this morning.
Across the city today, winter-weary Bostonians shed their coats, or, at least, unzipped them a bit as they marveled at temperatures that approached 60.
In the Public Garden, as 617 Images shows us, a couple actually had a picnic: