• Weather Apr 22

    Cold and Windy Thursday, Warmer Temps This Weekend

    Today (Thursday): Morning sun gives way to variable clouds, windy. Flakes possible north and west. Highs in the 40s, feels like 30s. Tonight: Mostly clear. Chilly. Lows in the 30s, feels like teens and 20s. Friday: Cool start, mild finish. Mostly sunny. Windy. Highs in the 60s, feels like 50s.

  • Weather Mar 15

    Cold Blast Continues Monday, Nor'easter Possible Later This Week

    Low temperatures Monday morning in the single numbers and teens fell just short of the records set on March 15, 1993. That was a long winter — we had ice on the ponds in southern New England until April. This cold blast is going to only slowly ease over the next 48 hours. It’s a combination of the arctic front…

  • Weather Mar 15

    Biting Winter Wind, Cold Weather Monday

    Today (Monday): Sunshine, biting winter wind gusts to 30 mph. Highs near 30, wind chill teens. Overnight Monday Night: Clear, cold. Lows in the teens. Tuesday: Sun to increasing clouds, light wind. Highs near 40.

  • Weather Mar 2

    FIRST ALERT: Strong Winds Causing Power Outages as Arctic Front Moves Through Region

    Bitter cold is arriving in New England as the region transitions from spring weather to winter weather again. We are feeling an arctic front moving through the region Monday night. The front produced strong winds that picked up late Monday night, and wind gusts were up near 60 mph in some places, causing thousands to lose power across the region….

  • Weather Feb 17

    Weather Forecast: Snow Expected Thursday

    This Evening: Clear and cold. Wind subsides. Temps in the 20s. Overnight Wednesday Night: Clouding up. Lows in the teens. Thursday: AM flurries, PM snow. Highs in the upper 20s.

  • forecast Feb 12

    Enjoying the Cold? It's Sticking Around for Days. Here's How Long.

    Tonight will be even colder as temperatures fall to the single digits and teens, below zero for many north and in higher terrain. A northwest breeze increases around sundown and will push in more cold air and keep wind chills below zero in many places through Friday morning. Wind chill advisories are up across the North Country with wind chills…

  • forecast Feb 11

    Subzero Wind Chills, More Snow on the Way This Weekend

    Light morning snow Thursday fell near the South Coast of New England, well north of the storm center that crossed the mid-Atlantic. It dropped anywhere from a coating on the Islands of Massachusetts to over two inches in far southwest Connecticut! There will be a couple more waves of low pressure – storm centers – traveling from the Tennessee River…

  • Clear Skies Feb 11

    Weather Forecast: Mostly Clear Skies, Upper 20s

    This Evening: Mostly clear, upper 20s. Overnight Thursday Night: Clearing, cold. Lows around 10, wind chill below zero. Friday: Sun & clouds, chilly. Highs in the 20s, wind chill teens.

  • Massachusetts Jan 31

    New Englanders Dealing With Bitter Cold to Close Out January

    The City of Boston opened about a dozen warming centers this weekend to get people out of the cold, and that’s critical because this kind of deep freeze can quickly turn into a medical emergency for anyone.

  • Weather Jan 30

    Temperatures Are Going to Feel Subzero in New England Saturday

    Our brutal wind chills hit rock bottom Friday morning, and slow improvement will be the theme this weekend, plus the snow showers at the coast and outer Cape taper off Friday evening. But we remain really cold overnight, with lows again in the single digits and teens along with those subzero wind chills. The wind diminishes Saturday as our highs gain...

  • Cold Jan 29

    Stinging Cold Makes Boston Bundle Up

    The bitter cold sent Boston into a deep freeze on Friday with temperatures barely in the double digits.

  • cold weather Jan 29

    MBTA: Watch for Icy Spots on Platforms

    With temperatures in the teens and wind chill values below zero, the MBTA is asking commuters to dress warm and allow for extra travel time.

  • First Alert Weather Jan 28

    First Alert in Effect for Friday Cold, Monday-Tuesday Snowstorm

    The atmosphere is in flux over New England, and that almost always means things get interesting.  Pockets of mostly light snow persisting from overnight Wednesday night through Thursday morning delivered slick local and secondary roads, but even as snow continues to fly off and on Thursday, temperatures near freezing will limit additional accumulation except perhaps in a couple of localized…

  • forecast Jan 26

    FIRST ALERT: Snow, Freezing Temps Take Hold This Week

    More active winter weather is returning to New England.  The storm that delivered a foot of snow to the Midwest and, sadly, dropped a deadly tornado on Fultondale, Alabama, is splitting into two distinct pieces. New England won’t bear the brunt of either, but even the leftover moisture and energy between the two will be enough for a nuisance...

  • forecast Jan 26

    Widespread Snow Is Returning to New England. Here's How Much to Expect

    This week brings us more winter-like weather with even some light snow accumulation by midweek.  Tonight stays dry with a clear sky and lows in the single digits, teens to 20s south and a diminishing wind. Tomorrow will be near calm with increasing clouds from southwest to northeast and highs in the 20s to 30s. The first half of the...

  • forecast Jan 25

    Mid-Week Snow Expected to Bring Three Inches for Most

    A definite change in the weather pattern is unfolding for New England, removing us from our multi-week lull that’s delivered winter complacency for some. The awakening of winter comes as the feed of Pacific energy and moisture comes alive in response to the recent splintering of the Polar Vortex in high latitudes.  The Polar Vortex is a semi-permanent storm that...

  • Weather Jan 23

    This Winter's Coldest Front So Far Arrives in Time for the Weekend

    The coldest front of the winter so far is cruising from northwest to southeast across New England Friday evening and overnight. With it, we are tracking scattered rain and snow showers moving from the mountains and hills to the coast, most remaining scattered in nature. But locally, poor visibility and slippery conditions are possible just about anywhere through evening and...

  • Weather Jan 22

    Subzero Wind Chill for Some This Weekend

    We’re on the cusp of a mighty cold weekend – perhaps not cold by usual January standards in New England, but biting cold by THIS January’s standards in New England!  Canadian air spilling in on a northwest wind will hold temperatures shy of 30 degrees for most of the weekend, and that same steady northwest wind will suppress wind chill…

  • coronavirus Jan 19

    Do I Have COVID, a Cold or the Flu? Here's How to Tell

    It’s officially cold and flu season, and we’re also continuing to navigate the global coronavirus pandemic. Since many of the symptoms of all three can be similar, it can be hard to tell which one you might have. Your best bet, of course, is to consult a doctor, but Brigham and Women’s Hospital put together this handy chart to...

  • coronavirus pandemic Dec 20, 2020

    Raging Pandemic, Bitter Cold Not Stopping Last-Minute Holiday Shoppers in Boston

    Bitter cold and a raging pandemic didn’t stop dedicated shoppers Saturday night in Boston. The crosswalk signs were covered in snow and everyone was bundled up with their masks, but the sidewalks were packed and the stores were busy on Newbury Street. “I need to get some stuff for my mom, my sisters,” Peter McAnespie said. “It’s a lot...

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