Gary Waldeck ran across the Weather Channel's Steve Petyerak and Jim Cantore along the waterfront this morning, bracing, as one does when one works for the Weather Channel, for this weekend's snow/sleet action.
This morning, Jeremy Sarna watched workers restore the cladding that fell off one of those brand-spanking new buildings on Boylston Street in the Fenway in the wind yesterday. The wind-whipped building pieces shut Boylston Street overnight and into this morning.
Roberto shows us the umbrella resting ground for people who try to get across Copley Square on a day like today.
Boston is looking for proposals for sort of outdoor recreational pop ups that could take place during your basic Boston winter. Read more.
WBZ reports passengers on planes that made it into Logan last night then had to just sit on them for up to two hours.
Jared McNabb reports Lake Street in Brighton turned into a skating rink shortly before 10 p.m. One BFD crew responding to help itself had to radio for help after sliding into a pole. Read more.
Darryl Houston spotted WHDH exercising its snow-box system tonight, with a cute little six-boxer. The Boston TV record stands at 17 reporters, weatherpeople and a random kid named Bobby on screen at once; is this the season we truly become world class and break the 20 barrier?
Tamas K-L looked up during the season's first snow on the Greenway.
With the entire region hunkering down as the season's first nor'easter churns up the coast to slam us upside the head with nature's fury, Molly the Roving UHub photographer spotted an early space saver on Philbrick Street in Roslindale this morning.
The latest NWS maps show 2 to 3 inches of snow, even in Boston, Thursday night into Friday. And that's why the French Toast Alert is back on the home page.
Brad Squirrels reports a totally healthy tree was snapped in two by the wind - with the falling part landing on a neighbor's car behind his house on Franklin Street in lower Allston.
The National Weather Service has issued a high wind warning that goes into effect at noon on Saturday: Winds of 20 to 30 m.p.h., with possible gusts up to 60.
Damage to trees, power lines, and property are possible with winds of this magnitude. Power outages are likely. Take action to secure loose outdoor objects
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