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By - 2/5/16 - 12:31 pm
Pink flamingos in the snow

Rogue Statistician reports:

Local fauna appear to be weathering the storm well near Sullivan Square.

By - 2/5/16 - 10:22 am

Tory Bullock sums up the feelings of many BPS students - and staffers: Read more.

By - 2/5/16 - 10:08 am

If you're avoiding those stern warnings to stay off the roads, you might want to avoid Lagrange Street in West Roxbury, where a major tree decided to obey the law of gravity in the area of Loyola Circle. And if it had to go down, you know it was going to take wires down with it.

By - 2/5/16 - 8:09 am
French Toast in Newton

Conditions are deteriorating rapidly in Newton Upper Falls: Anna Rose just added bananas to the forecast.

By - 2/4/16 - 8:48 pm

The city of Boston tweets:

No parking ban has been declared. There should be no space savers on our City's streets.

By - 2/4/16 - 6:47 pm

Was the sound of 57,000 BPS students shouting their approval on learning school has been canceled for tomorrow.

By - 2/4/16 - 12:34 pm
French Toast Alert: Elevated

Klaxons started going off in the French Toast Alert bunker when the news broke: The storm that was supposed to give us maybe a dusting could now smack us with 4-8 inches overnight. You know what to do: Go clear out some space in your trunk for the fixin's you're going to go pick up.

By - 2/3/16 - 10:50 pm
Downed tree limbs in Brighton

Kosta looked out his window at Brooks and Bigelow in Brighton around 10 p.m. He reports firefighters moved the remains of the tree out of the way - and that it didn't take out any wires.

By - 1/31/16 - 4:08 pm
Tide Street snow farm last year and this year

Top photo by Conventures, 2/10/15.

This afternoon, Eileen Murphy visited the infamous Tide Street snow farm, which didn't completely melt until mid-July, and as you can see, it's looking a bit different these days.

On the plus side, she did see a horse carriage ambling by: Read more.

By - 1/25/16 - 9:14 am
Angry note in East Boston

Man, remember the days when we waited for the snow to get at least two feet high before getting this angry? A disgusted citizen on Prescott Street in East Boston complains:

This is the note we found on our window this morning. Please address that space-savers are not allowed after not shoveling and only getting 4 inches of snow.

Read more.

By - 1/24/16 - 10:04 am
By - 1/24/16 - 8:51 am
Snow-covered statue on the Commonwealth Avenue Mall in the Back Bay

Steve555B walked along the Commonwealth Avenue Mall last night.

Copyright Steve555B. Posted in the Universal Hub pool on Flickr.

By - 1/24/16 - 8:50 am
Walking in the snow

David Parsons took a walk in the snow and captured a person walking in the snow.

Copyright David Parsons. Posted in the Universal Hub pool on Flickr.

By - 1/23/16 - 11:26 pm
Roslindale snow measurement

Karen Kast-McBridge up and stuck a ruler in the snow in Roslindale at 11:12 p.m.

UPDATE, Sunday morning: Jeremy Reiner reports the official Boston tally, as reported at Logan Airport, was 6.1 inches.

By - 1/23/16 - 10:00 pm

A pair of South Boston residents who set out for Broadway station on the Red Line refused to let the fact that the 9 bus never came stop them from getting to Newbury Street for a gallery show. They set out on foot down Broadway to the station - making sure to stop at every bar on the street for a fortifying shot of whiskey. Read more.

By - 1/23/16 - 6:25 pm

Around 6:20 p.m., Harvey Leonard had this to say about the storm in the Boston area: "It's a very significant event" for the next hour or 2.

Megz reports: Read more.