• Weather Nov 16

    Severe Thunderstorms Slam Mass., Conn., RI; Power Out for Thousands

    Severe thunderstorms crossed southern New England Sunday night, bringing torrential rain and high winds that knocked out power for thousands of people. An intense squall line hit the Boston area, across Massachusetts, parts of Connecticut and much of Rhode Island. At one point it prompted a tornado warning in Connecticut, though there was no immediate word on whether one had…

  • storm damage Oct 18

    PHOTOS: Powerful Storm Causes Damage in Mass. Communities

    A powerful storm moved through Massachusetts and New England Wednesday, causing power outages and downed trees across the region. Here are some images of the dramatic storm and the damage it caused.
  • storm damage Oct 9

    Cleanup Continues After Strong Wind, Thunderstorms Damage Mass. Communities

    Communities are cleaning uprooted trees, downed power lines and destruction left in the path of damaging wind and thunderstorms that moved across Massachusetts Wednesday. Statewide, more than 240,000 customers were without power at one point in the evening. As Thursday ended, nearly 29,000 customers remained in the dark. “You look around and it looks like a tornado came through,” said…

  • storm damage Oct 8

    Storm Damage Cleanup Underway

    Communities are cleaning uprooted trees, downed power lines and destruction left in the path of damaging wind and thunderstorms that moved across Massachusetts Wednesday.

  • forecast Aug 28

    Remnants of Hurricane Laura to Hit New England This Weekend

    Friday clouds break for increasing sunshine, bringing a great day to New England with high temperatures either side of 80 degrees. Temperatures will be a bit cooler at the coast, where a light wind means an afternoon sea breeze and a bit milder inland.  Although the weather stays quiet through the first half of Friday night, clouds will thicken and…

  • forecast Aug 26

    Calm Weather Wednesday Ahead of Thursday Thunderstorms

    The new, fresh and splendid air was evident from the get-go Wednesday morning. A west-northwest breeze shows no signs of abating and is expected to produce gusts of 25 to 30 mph right into Wednesday evening. Coupled with high temperatures in the 70s, the feeling may actually be a bit cool for some of us in elevated terrain or on the…

  • forecast Aug 25

    Severe Storms Possible Across New England Tuesday

    A First Alert has been declared for New England on NECN, focused especially on an afternoon severe weather threat between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m., which is most pronounced for New Hampshire, Maine and northern and western Massachusetts. People throughout the region will surely remain on guard with plenty of heat and humidity available to fuel any storms that develop….

  • forecast Aug 25

    Thunderstorms Pass Through New England, Prompting Weather Alerts

    Flash flood warnings and severe thunderstorm warnings were in effect in much of New England Monday afternoon. See a list of severe weather warnings in your area. After a busy weekend of thunderstorms, more arrived on Monday, though none had been expected to be as widespread or as strong around the Boston metro area as they were Sunday.  The...

  • storm damage Aug 24

    Thousands Without Power After Storms Tear Through Region

    Thousands of people were still without power in Massachusetts Monday morning after storms tore through the area over the weekend. As of 6 a.m. Monday, 6,083 people were without power in the state, according to the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency. Cleanup efforts are underway, including on Columbia Road in Malden where a large tree fell onto a home. Another hard-hit…

  • storm damage Aug 24

    Strong Storms Leave Behind Damaged Homes

    Thousands of people were left without power Monday morning after storms tore through the area over the weekend.

  • forecast Aug 12

    Last Day of Heat Wave Ahead of Cooler Weather

    Our Weather Team continues to issue a First Alert for Wednesday’s heat, with high temperatures expected to reach 90 to 95 degrees by the afternoon. Heat index values, or feels-like temperatures, will be around or just over 95°, making hydration important, as well as taking breaks to cool and avoid overexertion.  Still, most New Englanders will probably notice just a…

  • forecast Jul 29

    Wednesday Weather Brings a Brief Break From Humidity For New England

    Fresh air has taken hold of New England for the day. It’s less humid because the dew point temperature, which measures the amount of moisture in the air, has dropped significantly.  The difference in the air was palpable as soon as the early morning hours Wednesday, with most communities 10 to 20 degrees cooler than the same time Tuesday morning….

  • Weather Jul 21

    Boston Records First Heat Wave of 2020, Perfect Beach Weather Expected Tuesday

    Boston officially recorded its first heat wave of 2020 on Monday, with three straight days of 90-degree weather. High temperatures are between 95 and 100 degrees for much of central and southern New England, but the effect of dew point temperatures near 70 degrees, indicating plenty of moisture in the air, will push heat index values over 100 degrees through…

  • Weather Jul 14

    FIRST ALERT: Flash Flood Warnings

    Flash flood warnings have been issued for parts Vermont, New Hampshire and southern Maine, with some areas experiencing hail and wind gusts over 60 mph.

  • Weather Jul 13

    FIRST ALERT: Localized Flooding, Damaging Winds Possible Monday

    A disturbance in the upper levels of the atmosphere that started Monday over Virginia is caught in the fast-flowing, storm-steering jet stream winds aloft and will be directed to New England by day’s end Monday, prompting areas of showers Monday morning, then downpours and thunderstorms Monday afternoon and evening.  Our NBC10 Boston and NECN Weather Team has issued a...

  • Tropical Storm Fay Jul 10

    Attention Turns to Possible Tropical Storm Fay

    Hazy, hot and humid weather Thursday indicates New England is firmly entrenched in a rich southerly flow of air.  While that’s sure to make Thursday a sweltering mid-summer day, it also means New England needs to watch carefully the storm that sits directly to our south and will be ushered northward over the next two days: a storm, according...

  • forecast Jul 9

    Steamy Thursday With Mixture of Sun and Clouds

    Thursday: Steamy heat with sun and clouds. Isolated afternoon storm with highs around 90, heat index 90-95. Overnight Thursday: Muggy, variable clouds. Lows around 70. Friday: Mostly cloudy, developing showers and downpours, especially late. Gusty night storms with highs 80-85.

  • forecast Jul 9

    Thunderstorms Roll Through New England, Sparking Warnings

    Severe thunderstorm warnings were issued across northern New England Wednesday afternoon as a powerful storm system moved through the area. See severe weather alerts for your area. The National Weather Service warned of wind gusts up to 70 mph and hail that could reach 1.5 inches across as it issued a severe thunderstorm watch for all of New Hampshire and…

  • forecast Jul 8

    First Alert Weather: Damaging Thunderstorm Potential

    First Alert weather continues in New England for this afternoon through the evening with strong thunderstorms expected.  With a few light showers at times this morning and early afternoon, these thunderstorms will drop heavy rainfall as they feed off increasingly sultry, moisture-laden air, which is delivering clouds stubbornly breaking for sun. Some storms will grow strong enough for locally...

  • forecast Jul 8

    Sultry Air for Wednesday Afternoon With Passing Shower

    Wednesday: Sultry air with a passing shower, then a First Alert for strong late day and evening thunder. Highs 85 to 90. Overnight Wednesday: Partial clearing, patchy fog. Lows around 70. Thursday: Steamy heat. Highs near 90, heat index in the 90s. Isolated strong evening storm.

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