During Monday’s high tide, the North End waterfront saw the impact of Hurricane Sandy’s storm surge and rising sea levels with extensive flooding in some areas. Long Wharf and the Harborwalk behind Langone Park seemed to take the worst of it with Boston Harbor waves crashing over the sea walls. At this point, long-term damage appears minimal. Most, but not all, businesses are closed or on skeleton staffs. Many residents have wandered outside during between rain bursts. Photos by Matt Conti and Brendan O’Brien.
Also, check out some video of the storm surge here.