Winter storm Harper came roaring through the Northeast this past weekend and, although it didn’t bring as high of snow totals as some forecasts were predicting (The Boston Globe marks Boston with only 4.9 inches), it still brought snow, sleet and rain to the city.
The stormy weather, combined with two Boston Harbor high tides at 9:58 a.m. and 10:39 p.m. on Sunday, January 20, brought flooding to parts of the neighborhood. Jean Eisenstadt captured this photo of Lewis Wharf and the Harborwalk under water at the gate to the Marina.
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