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Joe Kidston watched the sun go down over the Back Bay, downtown Boston and Boston Harbor from Hull this evening.
Evan Stark captured the storm moving in over Jamaica Plain, just before the skies opened up this afternoon:
Emily Murphy, meanwhile, looked out over downtown Boston around 4:45 p.m.: Read more.
Matt Frank watched the late-afternoon storm band move over Malden and Everett. Read more.
Emily Murphy looked out over downtown this afternoon.
A halo cloud giving its all over Hyde Park and Roslindale shortly before 5 p.m.
Gary C went for a walk in Christopher Columbus Park this morning.
Looking west on Boylston Street near Mass Ave.
Jonathan Berk captured some of the cloud tops over South Boston after the afternoon storm.
Muerl got an ominous view on North Beacon Street in Brighton during the second of this afternoon's storms. Read more.
Jonathan Berk enjoyed the drop in humidity that the storm brought to downtown Boston.
Up at Revere Beach, Marianna McCormick was among those forced to seek shelter from the storm: Read more.
Lena takes in the view north from VFW Parkway in West Roxbury:
Being in Boston but feeling like in Stranger Things 3.
Emily Murphy watched today's storm roll in over the South End, declares it "exhilaratingly beautiful." Read more.
Michael Spicher captured the sky view from Castle Island this afternoon.
Henry Dane checks in from Deer Island this evening:
Vincent would have appreciated this sky. Beautiful night and last chance to get a run in before the Deluge.
KMV looked up to catch the mackerel clouds over Boston this morning.
He was not alone: Read more.
Colleen Glenney caught the unusual cloud at sunset over the Back Bay this evening. Read more.
Rory Nolan watched storm clouds move in over the Charles shortly before 6 p.m.
Photographynatalia took a photo of the weird cloud, looking like it's about to smack Boston, from Winthrop. Read more.
Aeron Hodges watched the sun go down this evening. Read more.
Rick Macomber greeted the new day - and the new season - in the South End.
The South End wasn't the only place summer was breaking out: Read more.
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