Stephen Bronstein couldn't help but watch the sunset over Porter Square last night.
Around noontime today, a fog came in from the outer harbor, blanketing the islands near Castle Island and Dorchester Bay in gray and even giving a hint of a chill along with water.
The United States Drought Monitor's latest Massachusetts map came out this morning - and it shows a "severe" or "moderate" drought across much of the state.
As of July 1, the Quabbin was at 90.1% of capacity.
Experts say one of the reasons for our current gypsy-moth explosion is that the dry weather over the past year or so has limited the growth of the fungus that normally consumes them.
Read up on possible changes in the scale for this coming winter (or hurricane season, if we have one).
Tamas K-L watched the storm over the Charles this afternoon.
Around 4:40 p.m., from Millennium Park.
Boston Reddit reports on the demise of the statue of Ben Franklin in front of Old City Hall during yesterday's winds.
Because, look, the sun did come out, as Derek Kouyoumjian noticed late this afternoon at Jamaica Pond.
â€” Niobium (@n1obium) April 8, 2016
Niobium shows us some of the hail that fell on Lexington around noon.
Meg spotted Fros-T waiting for the Red Line at North Quincy this morning.
Mark Smith gazed at the Arnold Arboretum from under the South Street train bridge in Roslindale at first light this morning.