No, we're not trying to be funny. The National Weather Service reports: Read more.
They called it. But BPS administrators have to show up for work.
Could be, the National Weather Service says:
Latest forecast model guidence suggest a storm track that will lower snow amounts inside rte 495 and the SE NE coastal plain. Stay turned...
Two aerial photos taken at high tide yesterday.
Adam Castiglioni watched members of the Boston Climate Action Network hold a rally to demand Boston do more about rising seas outside the Aquarium T stop, a couple days after the T sandbagged the entrance and closed the station because of the once-in-a-generation flooding that has now happened twice in two months.
Meanwhile, over at the Aquarium itself: Read more.
Mike V. watched a crew today tear down the 306 West 3 St. building that started shaking so much at the height of the storm Friday that BFD ordered the evacuation of its neighboring houses just in case it collapsed altogether. Read more.
Rick Macomber watched the waves slam into the Lynn seawall - and a person who'd moved in for a closer view today. He reports the road was shut for awhile because of all the water.
Kelly Lewis reports at least one swan found a flooded Morrissey Boulevard to its liking today.
Paul O'Brien surveyed a road in Scituate's Humarock neighborhood today
Gordon Hallett looked down Concord Street in Malden this morning.
Jim Corbo reports the wind sheared off the roof of the Ross Elementary School in East Braintree:
Classes to be held in Oz until further notice.
Brookline Police report:
Thankfully the family got out if their car 20 seconds before the tree crushed the rear passenger compartment.
The storm as seen from space at 3 p.m. Via RAMMB/CIRA.
Rhiannon D'Angelo watched the rising tide batter the condos at the end of Union Wharf in the North End around 11 a.m.