RoadTrip New England captured the scene this afternoon.
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Maryr looked up at just the right time after the boomers rolled through this afternoon.
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Jake looked up over Readville after this afternoon's rain.
Rachel Anne Miller looked out over Beacon Hill and downtown Boston around the same time: Read more.
Aegon Targaryen VI spotted this rainbow this afternoon:
Rainbow over back bay, ending over the hatchshell. Brb, getting that gold.
Jonathan Berk spotted the Southie bow this afternoon.
Petra A. spotted the rainbow off Revere after the afternoon storm.
CCJones prefers to think of it as a sign of good luck for the Bruins.
Sam captured the scene on that bit of Lagrange Street that goes from Washington Street onto Enneking Parkway by the church parking lot around 7:15 p.m.
As seen from the Dedham Mall parking lot around 7:15 p.m. Read more.
Jason Bylsma reports he got to see a double rainbow from his porch on Centre Street in West Roxbury for the ten minutes it lasted as the sun went down this evening. Read more.
RealMeMP spotted a rainbow over Charlestown this morning.
Mark Smith captured the rainbow over Roslindale this afternoon.
Jamaica Plain got a rainbow as well - looks like the pot o' gold was somewhere on Centre Street: Read more.
Lee Morrison captured this morning's rainbow over the Seaport.
For the second afternoon in a row before a World Series game, Boston's sky was lit up by a double rainbow. Lena was among the many who captured the ribbons of color over the Boston area. Read more.
Hannah spotted an omen in Dorchester after the storm line that came through, giving us some thunder and sparking a tornado warning from the Providence suburbs into southern Norfolk County.
Rainbow meets Rainbow Swash for day 1 of the Series.
Paul Friedmann captured this morning's rainbow.
Roving UHub photographer Nancy Reynolds captured the rainbow over West Roxbury during the first storm that came through the area.
Martin Lieberman got to see some rainbow action as well, over Brighton: Read more
Rory Nolan spotted this rainbow from the Guest Street area late this afternoon.
After the storm, Eileen Murphy walked out to the Sugar Bowl in South Boston (which currently features a bird statue).
Brandon Browser went outside after the storm passed.
So did a lot of other people: Read more.
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