Weather

By - 9/29/15 - 12:03 pm
Hancock building in the fog

Julie Ciollo notes it was a little foggy in the Back Bay this morning.

By - 9/28/15 - 9:24 pm

A tropical depression currently called just 11 might, maybe, possibly, bring heavy rains and high winds to the Boston area this weekend. We're currently in cone of probability for the storm, which could become Tropical Storm Joaquin tomorrow, if its winds get above 35 m.p.h. But National Hurricane Center forecasters currently aren't really sure of the storm's exact track and intensity yet.

By - 9/19/15 - 8:45 am
Clouds over Boston

Tanya Kutasz shows us the low clouds over Boston this morning.

By - 9/10/15 - 1:09 pm
Unusual clouds over Boston, as seen from Roslindale

Jessica Burko shows us the view towards downtown from Roslindale around 1 p.m. She called them "a giant sky quilt wanting to snuggle" (so maybe she's tired, while I'm hungry).

By - 9/9/15 - 10:40 pm

The Boston Public Works Department plans to receive a 3,000-ton shipment of salt tomorrow morning at its Frontage Road storage area as it begins to build up its salt stockpiles in preparation for the W word.

Earlier:
Plow blades headed our way.

By - 9/7/15 - 6:50 pm
Snow-plow blades heading to Massachusetts

Ari Ofsevit spotted this truck in New Hampshire heading south today.

By - 8/29/15 - 11:04 am
Shovels at Home Depot in West Roxbury

Robert Orthman was forced to deal with this sight at the West Roxbury Home Depot this morning.

By - 8/25/15 - 3:41 pm

Or it could just fizzle away, but forecasters are keeping their eye on newly formed Erika as a possible East Coast threat.

By - 8/21/15 - 3:46 pm
clouds over what used to be the Casey Overpass in Forest Hills

Erica Mattison watched some clouds that obviously mean business roll over what used to be the Casey Overpass in Forest Hills around 3:40 p.m.

By - 8/21/15 - 9:14 am
Fog over Boston Harbor

Paul Nutting looked out his window at Boston Harbor around 8 a.m.

Daniel Sullivan had a closer view: Read more.

By - 8/18/15 - 4:14 pm
Bright road in Dedham, dark skies over Boston

We came out of the Halfway Cafe on Washington Street in Dedham around 3:05 p.m. to the sound of thunder - even though it was still sunny overhead. But when we looked north, into Boston, we saw the city covered by an ominous cloud.

By - 8/17/15 - 6:22 pm
Hammock at M Street Beach in South Boston

Eileen Murphy spotted somebody cocooned in a hammock at the M Street beach in South Boston today.

Gwen Betts, meanwhile, took a moment out from reading a book to give us a foot's eye view from the Greenway hammock she's in this afternoon: Read more.

By - 8/17/15 - 5:08 pm

Lulu522 forwards a copy of the photo she took from her 36th floor perch in downtown Boston as one of those storms rolled into Boston on Saturday.

By - 8/15/15 - 8:32 pm
Stormburst over the Massachusetts Turnpike

Violent thunderstorms moved across the Boston region this afternoon and evening, soaking some, giving others vivid lightning displays and rainbows, forcing the delay of a New England Revolution match at Gillette and turning the Natick commuter-rail station into the sort of raging water-filled arroyo you normally only expect to see after freak storms in a western desert: Read more.

By - 8/7/15 - 12:06 pm

The Herald's Mark Garfinkel spent a good part of Tuesday chasing the four storms we had in the hopes of getting some good lightning shots. He succeeded - posts some photos and an explanation of how he did it.

Also see:
It was so windy even the lightning was blowing sideways.
We have a hailstone winner.
Oh, hail no!

By - 8/4/15 - 8:45 pm
Sun rays after hail storm over Millennium Park in West Roxbury

Millennium Park in West Roxbury around 7 p.m.

Maureen Hoch saw something similar at sunset in Watertown: Read more.