• Massachusetts Sep 12

    Mostly Dry Sunday, Showers and Storms Later in the Day

    The high-pressure system that brought in the beautiful weather Saturday is pushing offshore. The next front from Canada is approaching from the northwest. This means a return flow from the southwest, with more humid weather developing Sunday and wind gusting past 25 mph at times. Plenty of sunshine Sunday morning, and increasing clouds from northwest to southeast this afternoon. The…

  • Weather Sep 12

    Forecast: Sunny, Warm Sunday, Showers Possible Overnight

    Sunday: Sunny start, sun and clouds after noon, chance of late day shower or thunderstorms. High in the 80s, with a more humid breeze from the southwest 15-20 mph. Thunderstorms at night. Monday: Mostly sunny, high in the 70s.

  • Rhode Island Sep 3

    ‘The Whole Road Fell': RI Woman Escapes Injury When Street Collapses

    The scene has been stabilized right now in Portsmouth, Rhode Island, but there were definitely some very frightening moments early Thursday morning. A woman who lives on Fairview Lane was driving to work around 5:40 a.m. during Thursday’s storm when the road just crumbled from underneath her. The rushing floodwaters underneath the pavement caused it to buckle and collapse....

  • storm damage Sep 2

    Road Crumbles Under Woman's Car in Rhode Island

    Large portions of a road in Portsmouth, Rhode Island, crumbled and collapsed underneath Debbie Furtado’s car as she was driving to work.

  • forecast Sep 2

    Forecast: Downpours, Rapid Flooding Thursday Morning

    Today: Flooding, windswept AM rain & thunder taper to showers, late sun. Winds gust to 25 to 35 MPH. Highs in the 60s. Overnight Thursday Night: Quiet, partly cloudy. Lows in the mid 50s. Friday: Mostly sunny, pleasant. Highs in the low 70s.

  • Weather Sep 2

    Flash Flood Warning Remains in Effect for Parts of New England

    I’d call it phenomenal, but these days that’s an overused term in the world of weather. The combination of tropical moisture and intense lift in the jet stream combined to inundate many towns, cities (and subways) from New York City to the Cape on Wednesday night. If you only had “some runoff” or came away with a dry basement,...

  • ida Sep 1

    Threat of Flash Flooding, Gusting Winds as Ida Arrives in New England

    Dry weather continues for a bit longer before heavy rain returns to the forecast. The remnants of Ida continue to move slowly northeast toward New England for Wednesday into Thursday.  Tuesday evening, we have more thin, high altitude clouds moving in. The clouds thicken even more Tuesday night into Wednesday as showers arrive. Lows Tuesday night will be in the 60s to low...

  • First Alert Aug 30

    FIRST ALERT: Storms Monday, Ida's Impacts Could Be Felt Here Thursday

    Warmer air moves into New England on Monday, triggering a round of showers and thunderstorms during the afternoon and evening. Some storms may contain torrential downpours, possible flash flooding and strong-to-damaging wind gusts. Temperatures will rise into the low to mid 80s across the south, and the mid to upper 70s across the North Country. Overnight, a cold front will…

  • tornado Aug 24

    3 Tornadoes Confirmed in Mass. as Henri Soaks New England; Flash Floods Possible

    Three tornadoes touched down in Massachusetts Monday, the National Weather Service said, the latest severe weather to hit New England as what remains of Henri continues to work its way through the region. A flash flood watch was also in effect for parts of Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont and Connecticut Monday night. The three tornadoes were all small…

  • henri Aug 22

    Henri Is Here. Now What Will the Next 24 Hours Look Like?

    Hurricane Henri weakened before making landfall and arrived as a tropical storm near Westerly, Rhode Island, around noon Sunday with wind gusts that reached 75 mph in Narragansett Bay. The wind Sunday afternoon could reach close to 40 mph in eastern areas as the tropical storm continues to weaken. Meanwhile, the highest risk will now be the slow moving trend…

  • New Hampshire Aug 20

    Here's What NH Is Doing to Prepare for the Arrival of Tropical Storm Henri

    New Hampshire officials are urging residents to take precautions now as the state braces for what could be its first direct hit by a hurricane in 30 years. Tropical Storm Henri is expected to intensify into a hurricane by Saturday, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said. Impacts could be felt in New Hampshire by Sunday. New Hampshire has not had…

  • Weather forecast Aug 13

    Heat Wave Continues With Possible Thunder and Cooler Air on the Way

    From the NBC10 Boston First Alert Weather Center… Today (Friday): Hot, humid, chance late & evening thunder. Highs 90-95, heat index around 100. Overnight Friday Night: Chance shower/thunder, especially west. Lows in the 70s. Saturday: Scattered AM shower, PM storms. Highs near 90, heat index 90-95. Sunday: Delightful air, sun through clouds. Highs near 80.

  • New England Aug 14

    FIRST ALERT: Will Our Heat Wave Continue Saturday? Storms Could Factor in

    It’s been another hot day in New England as we head into the weekend with hopes a the cold front to come in soon and make this weather a little better. But before that cold front brings in cool and dry air, it will push in storms and bring the potential for some severe activity that can’t be ruled...

  • New England Aug 13

    FIRST ALERT: Another Heat Wave in Boston, Severe Weather Possible Later Friday

    Another hot and uncomfortable day with 100 degree-plus heat indices is unfolding in New England. Temperatures officially reached 90 degrees in Boston on Friday, marking the third straight 90-plus day and the third heat wave of the summer. A disturbance aloft may touch off a few showers and thunderstorms late Friday or early Friday evening in southern New England, and…

  • Weather forecast Aug 13

    Severe Thunderstorms Roll Through New England Amid Intense Heat Wave

    Our First Alert rolls on through Thursday and Friday as heat and humidity continue to couple for weather that takes a toll on the body. But intense storms also hit parts of New England Thursday afternoon. Severe thunderstorm warnings were issued across Massachusetts and into the Boston area, as well as in Rhode Island, Connecticut and southern Vermont. A severe...

  • First Alert Aug 12

    FIRST ALERT: More Dangerous Heat, Humidity Thursday

    It’s day two of the heat wave, and we’re jacking things up a little. Instead of low 90s, we’re heading toward the high 90s. It’s not enough to break any records, but it will certainly manage to break some sweat. At 101 and 99 (both from 1944) for Boston and Worcester, respectively, records remain just out of reach. (Hey,...

  • heat index Aug 11

    FIRST ALERT: Heat Index to Reach Rare 105 Degrees

    A First Alert continues through Friday from our NBC10 Boston, NECN and Telemundo New England weather team for intense heat and humidity. Wednesday’s heat index or “feels like” forecast is expected to reach 95 to 100 degrees during the afternoon, with Thursday and Friday topping out at 100 to 105 degrees – the hottest feeling this season. Heat index is…

  • forecast Aug 5

    FIRST ALERT: Lots of Rain Is Coming to Parts of New England Wed., Thu.

    Cloud coverage will continue in New England Wednesday afternoon until the area of low pressure to our south starts shifting north. We expect heavy rainfall overnight as this systems lingers over the region. Rain begins Wednesday afternoon in southern states and will head into Maine after midnight, producing pockets of heavy downpours between 1 and 7 a.m. The duration of…

  • Weather Aug 4

    Wednesday Will Be Cloudy, But the Rain Won't Come Until Later in the Week

    Though clouds were increasing Tuesday from south to north, they were high, wispy cirrus clouds — and thin enough to allow for dim sunshine across the region. Low humidity and highs either side of 80 made this a beautiful day to enjoy. On Wednesday, the clouds will thicken and lower, looking ominous at times, but failing to produce much rain…

  • Weather Aug 3

    Showers Tuesday and Wednesday to Usher in Humidity

    Rapidly increasing and thickening clouds in the New England sky are streaming north from a feed of moisture that originated in the Pacific and gained moisture from the Gulf of Mexico and Tropical Atlantic – a bounty of moisture capable of producing several inches of rain, and over half a foot of rain is in the forecast over the next…

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