• Weather May 6

    Sunshine Returns Thursday, More Wet Weather Expected This Weekend

    Another round of steady rain is headed our way Wednesday evening as another wave of low pressure moves into southern New England. Rain will taper off to showers Wednesday night and patchy fog will develop overnight. May continues to feel and look more like April, with temperatures in the 40s and raw conditions. Thursday is the pick of the week,…

  • Weather Apr 30

    Wind Advisory in Effect, Power Outages Possible

    The weather systems that generated more than two inches of rain in a stripe across central New England on Thursday are now consolidating into one powerful low pressure system near eastern Maine. This low pressure system is getting stronger as the day and night go on, resulting in increasing wind for most of western and southern New England. With a…

  • Weather Apr 29

    Rain, Heavy Thunder Possible This Week

    More rain is headed our way Wednesday evening as we have a stalled front across the area and several waves of low pressure riding along that boundary. Temperatures are warm in southwestern New England while a lot cooler to the north, due to chilly air coming off the ocean. Downpours and possible thunderstorms will be zipping from west to east…

  • Weather Apr 21

    From 70s to Snow? Dramatic Change Over the Next 24 Hours

    New England is divided by a weather front on Tuesday afternoon. With partly to mostly sunny skies, we are in the 60s and low 70s in southern New England, thanks to a gusty southwest wind. At the same time, we are in the 50s north, with wind from the west and northwest and partly to mostly cloudy skies. A cold front is...

  • First Alert Apr 17

    As Snowy Spring Storm Moves Out, Winds to Ramp Up

    The wind will ramp up along the North Shore and Boston with gusts up to 50 mph, with some areas in danger of losing power. Showers will continue Friday evening while heavy snow will continue in the higher elevations and the wintry mix will go back and forth at lower elevations.

  • First Alert Apr 16

    FIRST ALERT: Spring Storm Continues to Sock New England

    It’s a thin line between snow… and rain. There are always surprises with these winter-like spring storms. The biggest surprise was early Friday morning when the snow was accumulating in northeastern Connecticut while it was still raining in southern New Hampshire. Then, even as the sun got higher in the sky, rain changed to snow around Boston and southern...

  • Weather Apr 16

    Snowfall Totals: Here's How Much Snow Has Fallen Across New England

    Friday really was the tale of two storms, with some areas of New England seeing nothing but rain and others expected to receive a half a foot of snow or more. In Massachusetts, Hubbardston was the early jackpot town, with 4.5 inches of snow as of 7 a.m. Some areas of New Hampshire and Vermont already had 4 or 5…

  • First Alert Apr 16

    Spring Storm Could Bring 6+ Inches of Snow to Parts of New England

    Widespread showers have taken over much of New England on Thursday evening as an upper level low slowly moves east. The exception is northern and eastern Maine where clouds are on the increase. Our team of meteorologists have issued a First Alert for Friday because there is a new storm center developing off the coast of New Jersey on Thursday…

  • forecast Apr 13

    Mostly Dry Midweek Before Windswept Rain, Snow Moves In

    A northeast wind blowing across New England in the spring often brings clouds, drizzle and showers. Although that was the case during the first half of Monday, a decided trend toward drying and brightening was pronounced Monday afternoon and a sign of what’s to come.  The reason our First Alert Team has been advertising mostly dry and even relatively fair...

  • forecast Apr 13

    After 70-Degree Saturday, New England Could See Snow Later This Week

    Last week, New England benefitted from being stalled under fair weather between a slow-moving storm to our east and another to our west. This week we flip the script. The weather pattern remains slow-moving but we’re close enough to a storm over the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley and another out to sea south of Nova Scotia. Yes, about the...

  • Weather Apr 6

    Sunny, Spring Weather Expected This Week

    Our weather pattern remains quiet and typical spring in the northeast for the rest of the week.  That same storm system off Nova Scotia is affecting our weather again Tuesday. Some of the outer bands of clouds will head westward, arriving onshore during the day.  Farther west across New England we will again see mostly sunny skies with a few...

  • Weather Mar 26

    Mild Weather Overnight, Gusty Downpours Friday

    It took a while to shake low clouds and fog Thursday, but most of us made it to the 60s and 70s in warmer spots by the afternoon. In northern Vermont, it has been sunny all day, with record highs of 70 to 75 degrees. On the Maine coast, we barely made it past 50. With the warmer and more humid air...

  • Weather Mar 25

    Rain Wednesday Night, Ahead of Warmer Temperatures Thursday and Friday

    Scattered showers are heading our way Wednesday evening from the west.  Any rain is welcome, as this month has been extremely dry, with over 2 inches of rain below normal for Boston since March 1. The showers won’t be much, about a tenth of an inch to a quarter of an inch through morning.  The timing of the rain is great,...

  • Weather Mar 24

    Only in New England: 70s Thursday and Friday, Snow in the Mountains Sunday

    We have another pretty nice day here in New England. The sky is not blue like the last few days, but we are still mild, with temperatures close to 60 degrees. The high-pressure that’s been responsible for such beautiful weather with cold nights and warm days is moving offshore. We now have an advancing warm front from New Jersey to…

  • Weather Mar 24

    Temperatures to Reach 70s Thursday and Friday

    This Evening: Mostly cloudy. Showers head in. Temps around 60, 50s coast. Overnight Wednesday Night: Light rain. Lows in the 40s. Thursday: Early AM sprinkles to mild sun. Highs around 70.

  • 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 13

    FIRST ALERT: Strong Wind Gusts Could Bring Power Outages

    We say goodbye to the spring fling as temperatures continue to drop Friday evening and the wind increases as an arctic front slides south. A wind advisory is in effect Friday night, as gusts up to 50 mph are possible, with the chance for downed trees and power outages. The front will generate snow showers in the mountains Friday night…

  • Weather Mar 9

    Significant Strides Toward Spring Weather This Week

    We make significant strides towards spring weather this week as our pattern shifts and temps heat up. We do have a couple chilly nights still ahead, but the milder air takes over by mid-week.   Monday night, our lows won’t be quite as cold as they were Sunday night, but still in the teens and 20s north and around 30 south. The clouds...

  • Weather Feb 25

    Several Chances for Rain, Snow in New England in the Week to Come

    After starting out Wednesday with ample sunshine and milder temperatures, clouds were moving in ahead of the next disturbance, one that will bring a new chance for snow and snow squalls in northern New England by dinnertime. There’s quite a bit of instability along the boundary, with some light raindrops south of the Lakes Region. There looks to be...

  • Weather Feb 24

    How Much Snow Did We Get in New England This Winter?

    We turned a big corner on winter this week with Wednesday’s beautiful weather. It’s the warmest sunny day since before Christmas. That also means the snowpack may have maxed out in southern New England — big emphasis on “may have.” March is certainly known for some historic storms, so winter snow may not officially be over just yet. So...

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