Metro

Photos: Scenes from the powerful nor’easter

Scenes from Saturday:

QUINCY, MA - 3/03/2018: "Mittens" is bunndled and carried by Mitchell Wojtasinski ,son n law to Mary Johnson, they had to leave their storm damaged home in Quincy (David L Ryan/Globe Staff ) SECTION: METRO TOPIC 04storm
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"Mittens" was bundled and carried by Mitchell Wojtasinski, son in law to Mary Johnson, as they departed their storm-damaged home in Quincy.

Scituate-03/03/18-Scituate storm aftermath. People came out to view the flooding and damage to Scituate at Cedar Point and near the ocean. Sue Parmer(cq) takes photos of the rising surf on Oceanside Drive at high tide. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff(metro)
John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
Sue Parmer took photos of the rising surf on Oceanside Drive at high tide in Scituate on Saturday.

Boston, MA - 3/3/2018 - A man watches as waves crash into Fan Pier along the Seaport district in Boston, MA, Mar. 3, 2018. The enormous nor’easter that brought flooding, damaging winds, and even heavy snow to parts of New England has now pushed farther out to sea. Although the storm is farther away, its influence will be felt for a couple of days. with winds and potential flooding expected. (Keith Bedford/Globe Staff)
Keith Bedford/Globe Staff
A man watched as waves flooded into Fan Pier in the Seaport District in Boston.

Scituate-03/03/18-Scituate storm aftermath. People came out to view the flooding and damage to Scituate at Cedar Point and near the ocean.Jacob Gurner walks through a flood backyard after checking on his home on Otis Road. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff(metro)
John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
Jacob Gurner walked through a flooded backyard after checking on his home on Otis Road in Scituate.

Scituate-03/03/18-Scituate storm aftermath. People came out to view the flooding and damage to Scituate at Cedar Point and near the ocean. A front end loader clears Turner Road which was covered with sand.John Tlumacki/Globe Staff(metro)
John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
A front-end loader cleared sand from Turner Road in Scituate on Saturday morning.

HANOVER MA - 3/03/2018: A tree goes through the roof of a home on Larchmont Lane in Hanover from storm (David L Ryan/Globe Staff ) SECTION: METRO TOPIC 04storm
David L Ryan/Globe Staff
A tree landed on a house on Larchmont Lane in Hanover.

Quincy, Ma-March 2, 2018-Stan Grossfeld/Boston Globe---Loid 8.4.1159877283- Donato Frattaroli, owner of Captain Fishbones in Marina Bay cleans up after storm.
Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff
Donato Frattaroli, owner of Captain Fishbones in Marina Bay in Quincy, cleaned up after storm.

Scenes from Friday:

Quincy-03/02/18-A mother and child are rescued by a boat from their home. Many water rescue evacuations took place at residences flooded onPost Island Road in the Houghs Neck section of Quincy. Quincy firefighters used boats and front end loaders to rescue many residents. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff(metro)
John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
A mother and child were rescued by a boat from their home in Quincy.

Firefighter Jack Bulman of the Scituate Fire Department looks over a flooded Jericho Road.
Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff
Firefighter Jack Bulman of the Scituate Fire Department looks over a flooded Jericho Road.

Scituate, MA- March 02, 2018: Oceanside Drive resident Kate McRoberts passes through a flooded Kenneth Rd in Scituate, MA during the nor’easter on March 02, 2018. Powerful winds, rain, and some snow moved into Mass. Friday as part of a weather system that has prompted voluntary evacuations and sandbagging near a downtown T stop. (Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff) section: metro reporter:
Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff
Oceanside Drive resident Kate McRoberts passed through a flooded Kenneth Rd in Scituate on Friday.

Utility poles and power lines fell on Arsenal Street in Watertown.
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Utility poles and power lines fell on Arsenal Street in Watertown.

A pedestrian struggled to walk through the water on Causeway Street.
Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff
A pedestrian struggled to walk through the water on Causeway Street.

Flooding along East Squantum Street in Qunicy.
Stan Grossfeld//Globe staff
Flooding along East Squantum Street in Quincy.

A person dashed through the rising water as seen from inside a dry coffee shop.
Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff
A person dashed through the rising water as seen from inside a dry coffee shop.

Waves crashed against the seawall along Turner Road in Scituate.
Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff
Waves crashed against the seawall along Turner Road in Scituate.

A couple kept high and dry by standing on top of a garden planter on State Street.
David L Ryan/Globe Staff
A couple kept high and dry by standing on top of a garden planter on State Street.

Daniel Cunningham dodged waves on E. Squantum Street in Qunicy.
Stan Grossfeld//Globe Staff
Daniel Cunningham dodged waves on E. Squantum Street in Quincy.

A rescue worker held a crying baby rescued with her mother from a flooded home on Post Island Road in Qunicy.
John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
A rescue worker held a crying baby rescued with her mother from a flooded home on Post Island Road in Quincy.

Ryan Adams placed sandbags at the entrance of 255 State St. in Boston.
David L. Ryan/Globe Staff
Ryan Adams placed sandbags at the entrance of 255 State St. in Boston.

Waves crashed onto a house along Turner Road in Scituate.
Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff
Waves crashed onto a house along Turner Road in Scituate.