The snow has stopped falling, and there was plenty of it. Share your photos from the Feb. 14-15 blizzard with Watertown News.
Above, I think Patti Melanson has captured the feeling of everyone in Watertown these days!
Below, the clean up has begun after another dumping of snow on Watertown. Is that pavement I see? Thanks to Pat Corbin Davis for these photos.
Here, you can see how out of control the the snow banks are in Watertown. Jesse Mason is 6-foot-3 and he said this snow bank on Mt. Auburn Street is over 7-feet tall.
A confused Great Dane looks at the snow drifts around his house. Thanks for the photo, Sarah Wallis-Dishon!
Leeann Lally sent this picture of snow drifts up to the front door of her Watertown home.
Below, a father and son say “hi” as they dig out from the storm. The 4-year-old can only wave from behind the snow bank. Thanks to Maureen Hardesty Schrader for passing the cute photo along!
Snow as far as the eye can see. The Charles River is back there in this photo provided by April Whittemore.
The windshield wipers are the only evidence that there a car there. Thanks to Stacia Russell for sharing.
This picture from Patti Melanson shows just how much snow we got in Watertown.
Below, a view out the door of the Apartments at Coolidge School overlooking the baseball field at Sullivan Playground, courtesy of George Donohue. What a pile of snow!
My wife took this photo of snow falling hard during the blizzard on Sunday morning out our window.
Our neighbors in Waltham also got blasted in the blizzard. Here’s a photo from Anastasia Baima.