After a real cold start to the winter season, with nearly 2 weeks of temperatures lucky to make it into the teens, seems strange that we’re talking about a “January Thaw”. The first sign of a pattern change came last week as temperatures hung around the 30’s and 40’s, which could pass as Spring after […]
Finally, frozen New England will have a chance to catch its breath. After a record-setting cold weekend, temperatures will moderate this week. Some light snow will affect the evening commute tonight but then dry weather takes over through Thursday afternoon. Temperatures will surge well above normal by the end of the week as a low-pressure […]
A rapidly intensifying storm is expected to pass off the East Coast of New England on Thursday. A combination of heavy snow and high winds will create blizzard conditions in some areas. Coastal Flooding is also considered a risk as strong winds and high astronomical tides come together during the afternoon on Thursday. Currently, the […]
After our wintry Christmas Weekend be prepared because Jack Frost is coming into town and he is looking to bring a chill to everyone’s bones. We are under a wind chill advisory beginning tonight and lasting through Friday! An area of Arctic High Pressure is pushing South and East through Canada this week and will […]
Hope you enjoy the snow and ice because we have a lot of it coming for the weekend! We have two storms on tap for this Christmas weekend, but don’t let them dampen your Holiday Spirit. The first storm looks to begin during the morning tomorrow with some light snow showers. A wave of low […]
“I’m dreaming of a White Christmas. Just like the ones I used to know.” We all know the lyrics to that famous Christmas carol, but how often do we see a White Christmas in reality? First we should start by defining what makes a Christmas a White Christmas. By the name, you would assume it […]
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