Hkergrrl shows us the snow in East Boston around 6:20 p.m. - and you know they make the official measurements at Logan.
With a very special appearance by Shelby Scott.
Eileen Murphy captured some dirty Dotbergs washed up at Port Norfolk today.
AT THIS POINT...IT LOOKS LIKE A PERIOD OF SNOW THEN CHANGING TO RAIN. PERHAPS THIS WILL GET BOSTON THE 2 INCHES IT NEEDS TO BREAK THE RECORD FOR SNOWIEST WINTER. IT WILL BE A CLOSE CALL THOUGH. IN ADDITION...THERE ARE 4 TO 5 MORE DAYS FOR THE FORECAST TO CHANGE.
Steve McGaff built the igloo outside his Congreve Street home; his wife decorated it. The Globe takes us on a tour.
K.A. ran across an air conditioner being used as a space saver on Beacon Hill this morning, wonders whether the owner just gave up on the idea of it ever getting warm enough again to need it for its original purpose.
Katia, meanwhile, discovered a microwave slowly emerging on the sidewalk as a Beacon Hill glacier retreats:
Filmed on location on Mission Hill.
H/t Marc Baizman.
Ari Ofsevit reports his neighbors on Pearl Street in Cambridge used roughly 1,000 Solo cups worth of dyed and frozen water to build this creature in February. With temperatures forecast in the 40s and even 50s next week, though, how much longer does it survive?
Looks like last night's snow/sleet/rain was the last straw for Boston buildings. We've had a partial roof collapse on Columbia Point and a complete building collapse in Readville. And now this: Cars are being flattened by killer death ice. Kristin MacDougall forwarded this photo of a car flattened like a pancake by snow that fell off a building on 3rd Avenue in the Charlestown Navy Yard.
Julie shows us how spring is busting out all over, or at least on one snowbank on Windsor Street today.
This is an excerpt from the National Weather Service's 1:15 a.m. forecaster's discussion for today's weather:
Beyond some plowing in the main parking lot, the city has left the upper level of Millennium Park untouched, leading to vast expanses of white. You can see where the more intrepid few have fallen through the snow as they try to walk over the path - except for the one prepared person who shushed around on snow shoes.
A roving UHub photographer who happened to be at the 88 Wharf building in Milton this afternoon watched a couple of guys settle in on the Dorchester side of the Neponset River for some ice fishing.
Michele Connors watched an adult and child walk across the Charles this afternoon, reports they were met on the shore by police officers, who escorted them away.
Meanwhile, Greg Hum reports the water's just fine for biking on. He took this photo from his helmetcam near the BU Bridge this afternoon:
The Coast Guard reports the crew of the Cutter Pendant was cutting channels through the ice off Quincy yesterday when all of a sudden a coyote ran in front of the ship.
I am seeing this all over Boston. This one I happened to see on Linden Street in Brookline. It is the epitome of laziness. I always thought dog owners would be a bit more responsible. Some poor soul is going to have to clean this up. Also, I was sledding with my two kids at the sugarbowl near Jamaica Pond day after last storm. A fellow with a four month old Siberian husky let the dog crap in the snow right next to all the sledders. A few adults asked him to clean it up. He just covered it and walked away as fast as he could. Too many self centered dog owners these days are making all dog owners look bad.