Weather

By - 2/5/14 - 9:33 am

While most of her outdoor colleagues were busy with rulers and snow brushes and snowballs this morning, WCVB's Antoinette Antonio just stood in the snow and reported what she saw around her.

Antoinio, who arrived in Boston a few months ago from Albuquerque, explains her reticence to get up close and personal with the white stuff:

Why ... you already know what snow

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By - 2/5/14 - 8:18 am
Upended car in Gloucester

State Police report only minor injuries when this car upended on 128 north in Gloucester this morning.

By - 2/4/14 - 6:20 pm

We just got the robocall.

An official city snow emergency goes into effect at 11 p.m., so if you're parked on a snow-emergency route, move that car.

City Hall will be open for business.

By - 1/30/14 - 8:47 am

The City Council has stepped into a contract dispute between the Weather Channel and DirectTV, urging the two companies to settle a contract dispute that is frustrating DirectTV subscribers who would rather watch Jim Cantore than Harvey Leonard or Pete Bouchard.

The council yesterday unanimously approved a resolution by at-large Councilor Steve Murphy calling for a prompt end to the dispute.

Murphy called the Weather... Read more

By - 1/24/14 - 3:45 pm
Ice on Fort Point Channel

Our own Swirlygrrl shows us the ice that's built up on Fort Point Channel in the current cold wave.

By - 1/21/14 - 11:45 pm
Snow in Brighton

Colleen Glenney enjoyed the snow in Brighton tonight.

By - 1/21/14 - 10:58 pm

The November Project, which last time around shoveled out sidewalks on Summit Avenue in Brookline, is planning to be on the Mission Hill thoroughfare tomorrow at 6:25 a.m. to dig people out.

By - 1/21/14 - 6:58 pm

Roving UHub photographer Jonathan happened upon this quiet Cambridge street, about an hour into the storm:

No one had walked or driven down the street since it started, so it was pristine.

By - 1/21/14 - 4:27 pm

Best snow-related Craigslist post of the year, no matter how real it is:

Mommy seeks 3 sexy young shovelers for all night, $300. pay (braintree)

Be 18 -21, all night pay is 300 dollars plus a good tip, hot chocolate, hot tub, will be shoveling all night, driveway is 110 feet long. I have a plow and 3 snow blowers. send a shirtless pic

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By - 1/21/14 - 3:16 pm

So move those cars off snow-emergency routes now, although towing may not actually start until 8 p.m.

No school for BPS kids tomorrow.

Darrel Daniel notes some good news in the storm for the mayor: He's canceled his trip to the National Conference of Mayors meeting in Washington, so he won't have to walk around with a Broncos jersey on.... Read more

By - 1/21/14 - 7:40 am
Beautiful sunrise

Boston woke to a mult-hued sunrise this morning in advance of the afternoon storm, as Annebelle Blake shows us.

By - 1/18/14 - 4:40 pm
Car flips over in Milton

State Police report this car flipped over in the snow on Unquity Road this afternoon. Only minor injures, they report, adding the road had to be shut for a short time.

By - 1/18/14 - 2:38 pm
Jamaica Plain in the snow

At least it's pretty, as Mitchell Diatz shows.

By - 1/18/14 - 12:40 pm
Snow in West Roxbury

The snow on Theodore Parker Street, West Roxbury. Photo by Daniel Guzman.

It was supposed to rain in Boston!

By - 1/16/14 - 9:11 am
Harbor fog

Paul Nutting Jr. shows us the view out his office window this morning.

By - 1/11/14 - 3:49 pm
Frozen Fenway more like soggy Fenway

Daniel Guzman is at Fenway Park, where Frozen Fenway has turned into Soggy Fenway and he has now experienced that oddest of things: a hockey game postponed on account of lightning.

He adds the PA started playing "Have You Ever Seen the Rain?"

By - 1/11/14 - 2:25 pm
Nahant in the fog

Dragomir Bozhkov watched the fog caused by warm temperatures and lingering snow and ice this morning.

By - 1/6/14 - 8:33 am
Fog in the Arnold Arboretum

If by "moors," you mean a path at the Arnold Arboretum this morning, that is, as Adam Shutes illustrates.

Nearby, at the Forest Hills commuter-rail stop, Chris reports visibility was down to 20 feet:

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