Mark Novak convinced him to pose for a photo tonight.
Channel 7's Steve Cooper was out trudging in the snow in Sandwich with his wind-gauging garbage bag and polychromatic goggles, and various other reporters stuck rulers in snow mounds and dusted snow off benches and talked to plow operators, but, well, ho hum, we've seen it all before. It took newcomer Perry Russom at NBC Boston, fresh off stints at stations in Binghamton and Providence, to show us there's still new tricks in snow coverage, specifically, a bowling ball: Read more.
UPDATE: NBC Boston reports the person died.
Happened shortly before 6 p.m. at Hillside and Sunset streets. The homicide and accident-reconstruction units were called in due to the severity of her injuries. First responders had some trouble getting to the scene due to the slippery roads.
From three years ago, but still relevant.
Joe Pesaturo gives us the bird's eye view of South Station and Dewey Square on a snowy Saturday.
UPDATE, 12:35 p.m.: 60-minute wait to check out at the Chestnut Hill Star Market.
Also, getting word from Jenny M. that while the Brighton Whole Foods has plenty of milk and bread, they are OUT OF BANANAS! Read more.
Michael Ratty strolled through the snow in the South End's Union Park this morning.
Many umbrellas gave their lives to get people to South Station today, as TrueNE_79 shows us.
OK, maybe not quite that dramatic, but how can you write "thundersnow" without an exclamation point? And despite the presence of some thundersnow truthers out there, here's some video from Hyde Park from shortly after 8 p.m. (the action starts at 0:22): Read more.
One of the advantages of living on the coast, at least early in winter, is that we're less likely to get snow dumped on us during a major storm - such as the one that's supposed to hit tomorrow. Read more.
Deep in Stony Brook Reservation is a lost valley where it always snows on Christmas Eve, or, at least, it did yesterday.
No points added to the score for creativity for this Everett Street spot, but the judges awarded bonus points for throwing down a chair and a bucket in a space that wasn't fully cleared, as Christopher shows us.
Kathleen O'Donnell paused to admire the scene outside Sault New England on Tremont Street in the South End this morning.