BOSTON (WEHT/CNN) – The 123rd Boston Marathon had a rough start on Monday morning due to severe weather.
Some runners had to shelter in place because of lightning.
More than 30,000 people are taking part in the classic annual event.
The weather was expected to be messy for the 26.2-mile journey, with forecasters calling for rain and wind.
On Sunday night, the city held its annual pasta dinner to get the runners full of carbohydrates.
Evansville native Aaron Dy finished in 03:14:59.
His wife Mary Dy finished in 03:46:48.