Those new Orange Line cars can't get here soon enough: Amy Bucher reports some seats in car 01311 had enough water in them from ceiling leaks they should have had signs warning parents to keep toddlers away so they don't drown. The ads on the wall were all wrinkly from water draining down across them. And, she added shortly after 10 a.m., on the train between Community College and North Station:
In fact there's water dripping on me as I type this!
Lee Morrison captured this morning's rainbow over the Seaport.
Tim Murphy captured the pink skies at the tail end of the nor'easter over the Mattapan Line late this afternoon.
Paul Friedmann captured this morning's rainbow.
Roving UHub photographer Nancy Reynolds captured the rainbow over West Roxbury during the first storm that came through the area.
Martin Lieberman got to see some rainbow action as well, over Brighton: Read more
Jake forwards Nikki Stewart's photo of Danny Road at Reynold Road in Readville following this morning's torrents. A backed up storm drain might have contributed to the new lake.
After the storm, Eileen Murphy walked out to the Sugar Bowl in South Boston (which currently features a bird statue).
Across the Boston area, a million cell phones suddenly cried out: Flash-flood warning until 3 p.m. Avoid flood areas now, the NWS warns.
At 104 PM EDT Doppler radar indicated thunderstorms producing heavy rain across the warned area. These storms have produced 2 to 3 inches of rainfall per hour. Flash flooding is expected to begin shortly.
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