While most of the leaves across New England are still green, we’re finding the first signs of early color in parts of Northern New England.
A cold front is slicing through New England on Friday, bringing some periods of rain and eventually a big cool down.
Officials say the drought has been devastating for the water supply in parts of the Northeast.
Fall officially begins at 10:21 a.m. Thursday morning, but it seems like summer wanted to extend her stay a couple more days in New England.
As part of Weather Week, necn's Tim Kelley and Michael Page spent time with some future meteorologists. The pair taught a weather workshop called, "Launch Your Weather Career."
The autumnal equinox is upon us. Yes, the astronomical first day of fall officially kicks off at 10:21 a.m. Thursday for New England.
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