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.
Boston Harbor tides hit a peak of 14.67 ft at 11:12 a.m., per NWS data, so no record breaker, but we've 2 more high tides to try to go over the 15.13 ft record set on Jan. 4. But the latest NWS forecasts now call for a high of no more than 14.9 feet, at midnight tonight.
Meghan MacLean Weir reports:
Someone who works in Seaport just sent office email asking for Dramamine as building swaying in the wind.
Pics or it didn't happen? Don Anderson posted some video of the swaying door to his office at the Federal Reserve Bank. We don't know which floor he's on, but he's the bank's CIO, so we're going to assume it's pretty high up.
Neuroboy watched the waves streaming across what is normally Main Street in Essex in front of Woodman's.
Dmitry snapped the carnage along Arsenal Street, reports more poles could topple.
A tree that fell on the Green Line tracks between Brookline Village and Brookline Hills means the T is now busing people between Fenway and Reservoir.
Jim Cantore reports he'll be nor'easter reporting from Scituate starting at 6 a.m. tomorrow.