Storm Clouds Over Gloucester Harbor

Hi Joey,

I caught this formation over Gloucester Harbor Wednesday afternoon. This was part of the storm that the tornado warnings were issued about  today. I was looking at the radar map on Weather.com and saw this red spot heading toward Gloucester. When I looked outside this is what I saw!

Enjoy!
~Bill O’Connor
North Shore Kid

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Mary Grazen-Browne forwards-

Storm coming across outer harbor -

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Hello,
Thought I’d share my shot of the storm storm clouds rolling past the Fort. Enjoy.
Nick Parco

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7 Responses to Storm Clouds Over Gloucester Harbor

  1. Anonymous says:

    that’s some scary shiz

  2. Fredrik Bodin says:

    The third photo makes me think I should build a little bunker in the basement.

  3. Beautiful shots! And I have to agree with the above comment about wanting a bunker!

  4. Len Burgess says:

    Great captures Nick, thanks for sharing.

  5. Thanks all for the shots. Some had to work in Boston and missed all the fun. The radar looked like it was skimming north than a little blob of red reached down and brushed Cape Ann.

  6. WOW. Beautiful, mysterious and a bit scary!

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