Candice Patton as Iris, Grant Gustin as The Flash
Grant Gustin, Candice Patton and other stars of “The Flash” were photographed filming what appears to be a very emotional parting scene for Season 3 finale of “The Flash.” The CW

Grant Gustin, Candice Patton and other stars of “The Flash” were recently spotted filming an emotional scene for the Season 3 finale of the CW series.

Based on the photos obtained by Just Jared Jr., it looks like Barry (Gustin) is bidding farewell to everyone in the scene. In addition to Iris (Patton) — who appears to be the most emotional character in what seems to be a parting scene — other Team Flash members who are present in the scene are Cisco (Carlos Valdes), Joe (Jesse L. Martin), Wally (Keiynan Lonsdale), H.R. (Tom Cavanagh), Jay (John Wesley Shipp), Julian (Tom Felton) and Gypsy (Jessica Camacho).

But aside from Team Flash members who are noticeably in funeral clothes, the scene also features a mystery woman in white who seems to be waiting for Barry. It’s unclear who this woman is, but it could be Anne Dudek’s character, Tracy Brand, who is set to make her debut appearance in Season 2, episode 20. Click here to see the set photos.

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According to TVLine, Tracy is a character from the future described as “a smorgasbord of quirky idiosyncrasies.” Concealing any hint of the greatness that people will celebrate her for in the future, Tracy will embark on a journey to discover the genius she’s destined to become one day.

If the mystery woman ends up to be Tracy, then Barry may be saying goodbye to everyone before he heads to the future where Tracy is originally from.

While plot details about the finale are being kept under wraps, executive producer Todd Helbing told Entertainment Weekly last month that Season 3 finale will ultimately catch up to the grim night from the future where Barry saw Iris die at the hands of Savitar.

“[In the finale,] you’re going to see how everything unfolds and it’s going to be a little bit different than what you’ve seen,” Todd said, before pointing out that “time is harder to change than even Barry realizes.”

When asked to tease one thing about the finale, executive producer Andrew Kreisberg said: “You’re definitely going to cry.”

“The Flash” returns from its month-long hiatus with Season 3, episode 19 on Tuesday, April 25 at 8 p.m. EDT on The CW.