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By adamg - 3/10/20 - 10:10 pm
Fog seen from Belle Isle Marsh

Nicholas Agri reports fog this afternoon made East Boston and Revere disappear from the view at Belle Isle Marsh in Winthrop.

By adamg - 3/7/20 - 2:12 pm
By adamg - 2/13/20 - 2:41 pm

WCVB's Cindy Fitzgibbon reports she's OK after tripping yesterday morning over something next to the green screen where the weather map goes. Also note how quickly a colleague stepped in to finish the report: Read more.

By adamg - 2/11/20 - 9:53 am
Fog over downtown Boston

The fog rolling over downtown Boston this morning, as seen from the eighth floor of City Hall.

By adamg - 2/7/20 - 4:33 pm
Whitecaps on the Charles River

Michele Scarlata looked out his window at the evidence of just how windy it is this afternoon.

By adamg - 2/6/20 - 8:53 am
Snow-covered rear window

Jonathan pulled in behind this guy at a gas station on the Fellsway in Medford this morning. Once the guy got out, did he clear the roughly eighth of an inch of obscuring snow off his rear window? No. He got the gas going, then got back into his nice, warm, still running car.

By adamg - 1/26/20 - 1:45 pm

Winter of '15

Today's the fifth anniversary of the start of the Winter that Never Ended, the winter that got, for a bit, boomers to shut up about the Blizzard of '78, the blizzard that the normally taciturn National Weather Service introduced by declaring "HERE WE GO" and "ITS BOMBOGENESIS BABY!" Read more.

By adamg - 1/19/20 - 9:56 pm
Revere Beach gazebo at sunset after snow

Matt Frank went down to Revere Beach at sunset this evening.

By adamg - 1/18/20 - 11:52 pm
Steve Cooper with snacks

WHDH's Steve Cooper always goes into snow battle prepared with snacks, but as Tim shows us tonight up in Andover, he seemed prepared for 2015-level snowfall: He pulled a sled loaded with Ding Dongs and Twinkies.

By adamg - 1/18/20 - 8:18 pm
By adamg - 1/18/20 - 6:50 pm

As of 6:45 p.m., Eversource reported 2,997 customers without power in Boston. Jacob Oppenheim reports a good number of those are in the South End:

Kinda eerie and beautiful in the snowstorm.

By adamg - 1/13/20 - 9:06 am

Yes, there was a touch of snow in the air this morning, especially along the South Shore. Aaron Perry at NBC Boston explains why, although, to be honest, if you don't have a degree in meteorology, you might not have a clue what he wrote. But here's a radar image of the flurries.

By adamg - 1/12/20 - 4:17 pm
In hammocks

Roving UHub photographer Mary Ellen captured a couple of folks who set up hammocks by Leverett Pond in Olmsted Park to enjoy the day today.

Fans of cold, bitter snow, though, may only have to wait until the end of the week to be back in their element.

By adamg - 1/11/20 - 2:17 pm
People breaking out the beach chairs in South Boston

Eileen Murphy spotted some people enjoying the beach off N Street in South Boston today.

Meanwhile, up on the Charles River, just upstream from the Arsenal Street bridge, some geese just couldn't be bothered to try out the water: Read more.

By adamg - 1/8/20 - 4:37 pm
Snow squall leaving Boston

Pete shows us the sunshine that followed the squall that flaked up Boston for a bit this afternoon.

By adamg - 12/22/19 - 10:41 am

Yesterday, Hizzonah posted the following reminder from the winter of 2015: Read more.

By adamg - 12/17/19 - 9:20 am
Space saving in East Boston

"Never change, East Boston," Chris comments on this Hoth-like scene in his neighborhood.

Jonathan, meanwhile, shows us how one Boston-area driver struggled to keep up with the white onslaught - by pretending it just wasn't there: Read more.

By adamg - 12/14/19 - 6:22 pm
Trees in the fog at Fresh Pond

Steve Owens wandered along the banks of Fresh Pond in Cambridge late this afternoon.

By adamg - 12/14/19 - 4:32 pm
Jamaica Pond in the fog

While Dorchester Bay was rolling across Morrissey Boulevard, Jamaica Pond was disappearing into the fog, as a roving UHub photographer discovered this afternoon.

By adamg - 12/14/19 - 2:42 pm
Morrissey Boulevard early this afternoon at high tide

For some reason, Morrissey Boulevard in Dorchester remained open in the middle of a rain storm at high tide early this afternoon, giving drivers the chance to experience the thrill of going out to sea - unless they were too timid and instead took the easy way out by driving on the sidewalk near Malibu Beach, as Timmy shows us. He also had a question for DCR: Read more.

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