Blizzard Of 2016: Evening Report

Alert — and hopefully thawed-out — “06880” readers continue to send images of today’s less-than-apocalyptic-but-still-long-and-drawn-out storm. Here are a few more:

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas... (Photo/Susan Feliciano)

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas… (Photo/Susan Feliciano)

Sherwood Mill Pond residents with cars in this garage were not going anywhere today. (Photo/Matt Murray)

Sherwood Mill Pond residents with cars in this garage were not going anywhere today. (Photo/Matt Murray)

The plows took a while getting to Old Hill today. (Photo/Peter Tulupman)

The plows took a while getting to Old Hill today. (Photo/Peter Tulupman)

The neighborhood kids were out in force. (Photo/Sarah Dransfield)

Early in the day, neighborhood kids were out in force. (Photo/Sarah Dransfield)

The pavilion frames part of Compo Beach. (Photo/Brian Chapman)

The pavilion frames part of Compo Beach. (Photo/Brian Chapman)

A longer view shows the power of today's tides. (Photo/Brian Chapman)

A longer view shows the power of today’s tides. (Photo/Brian Chapman)

Today's surf, as seen from behind a lifeguard stand. (Photo/Brian Chapman)

Today’s surf, as seen from behind a lifeguard stand. (Photo/Brian Chapman)

Compo Beach: beautiful in every season. (Photo/Bruce Chapman)

Compo Beach: beautiful in every season. (Photo/Bruce Chapman)

2 responses to “Blizzard Of 2016: Evening Report

  1. No show like the weather.
    Great photos.

  2. Maureen Fontana

    Love all the photos, especially the ones Brian Chapman took. Great beach photos!