Jim Cantore reports he'll be nor'easter reporting from Scituate starting at 6 a.m. tomorrow.
That big gray curve in this photo taken around 8 p.m. will form into a nor'easter out over the Atlantic and pound us starting Thursday night.
GOES image via Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere.
As the snow began to fall on Washington Street in Downtown Crossing this afternoon, a pigeon found a place to ride out the storm.
On the other side of the Shawmut Peninsula, some sailors were not as eager to get in from the snow: Read more.
For February, of course, that's normal, and that's why the French Toast Alert has been upped a notch. It's the 70-degree temps we had yesterday and have today that are, no, not in the least surprising or alarming or anything.
Eileen Murphy noticed the firefighters had opened the garage doors and most of the windows at her neighborhood firehouse in South Boston today.
Spiff marveled at the amount of work that must've gone into clearing this space on Boylston Street in Jamaica Plain this morning.
Damaskin gingerly walked across the Common this morning.
Owen peered into the abyss from the Cambridge side of the Charles River shortly after noon.
"Chronicle" on Channel 5 tonight will feature a 40th-anniversary look at the Blizzard of '78. Ye humble French Toast scrivener may be on, not to reminisce about his epic battle of survival during the blizzard, but about French Toast. And maybe space savers. Starts at 7:30 p.m.
Ndorb managed to avoid being washed out to sea on Dorchester's Morrissey Boulevard, reports it's now closed, at least heading south, due to the usual flooding. It'll probably be closed for awhile, what with the storm and the impending high tides from the superdupermoon.
Rick Macomber walked around Chinatown at the start of the storm last night.