Eastern Massachusetts is being pounded Friday by whipping winds, floods, and pouring rain. Here's a look at how bad the flooding has become in downtown Boston.
Quincy Police urge public to “stay where you are if it is safe.”
In Scituate, residents are urged to evacuate before the high tide arrives.
Current view from 255 State St. Water coming in from the harbor flooding State and Atlantic. pic.twitter.com/lQsQ5db3kY— Adam Barnosky (@adambarnosky) March 2, 2018
CVS parking lot at Victory Rd near William T Morrissey Blvd, small cars not able to make it through #7News pic.twitter.com/c7qkJWXEXW— Kaitlin McCulley (@KaitlinMcCulley) March 2, 2018
#MBTA #BlueLine trains are no longer making stops at #Aquarium Station pic.twitter.com/24klCN7zMx— Joe Pesaturo (@JoePesaturo) March 2, 2018
Commercial Wharf Boston #noreaster boston right now pic.twitter.com/pOrBBJ4xkM— David Filipov (@davidfilipov) March 2, 2018
The water is rising in #Boston - @PaulWBZ is at the corner of State Street and Atlantic Avenue #noreaster pic.twitter.com/iKzEukUErQ— WBZ | CBS Boston News (@wbz) March 2, 2018