Up to 10 inches of snow expected in Boston Eastern Mass. could get more snow than first expected ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Oceanside Drive in Scituate was closed to traffic as the storm hit Thursday morning. David L. Ryan / Globe Staff Waves crashed ashore in Scituate. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Scituate police patrolled Oceanside Drive through flood waters. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff As the wind and snow shot into her face in the Back Bay, a woman said to her walking companion, "Oh my face!" Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff Waves crashed along the coast in Scituate. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff Waves in Scituate crested over the sea walls Thursday morning. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff Tenth Avenue in Scituate had some flooding. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff A woman's umbrella mimicked the movement of dancers' arms at Tremont and Stuart streets. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff After trying to take pictures for a class assignment, Lyn Freeman fought against a sustained gust on Clarendon Street.