• First Alert Oct 26, 2021

    Breaking Down the First Nor'easter of the Season, Piece by Piece

    We have you in a First Alert for impactful weather across the region the next couple of days as an early season nor’easter makes its way towards us. Rain, wind and waves are on the way, so let’s break down the storm piece by piece. The rain will fill back in Monday night and fall steadily and at times heavily...

  • New England Mar 29, 2021

    Strong Winds Cause Damage Across Region

    Powerful winds topping 50 mph knocked out power to tens of thousands of homes and businesses Monday across parts of New England, and damage was reported across the region.

  • flooding Dec 25, 2020

    FIRST ALERT: Christmas Wind Eases But Downpours Continue; Flooding a Concern

    Wind gusts up to 65 mph were reported in New England Christmas morning as a powerful storm moved through the area just when kids were waking up and opening their presents. The wind will shift east during the afternoon, eliminating the threat for damaging wind for most of New England from midday onward — except for Maine, where strong gusts…

  • forecast Apr 14, 2020

    Powerful Storm With a Deadly History Moves North

    The same, powerful storm that tore across the Southeast United States with deadly tornadoes is rounding the bend and headed north toward New England Monday.  Here at home, our concern isn’t so much severe thunderstorms or tornadoes – though any thunderstorms that develop may cause damage – but rather the broad, damaging swath of wind expected to blow from the…

  • wind damage Feb 27, 2020

    Strong Winds Cause Downed Trees, Power Outages in Some Communities

    Strong winds in parts of Massachusetts and New Hampshire on Thursday led to downed trees and power outages in some communities. In Grafton, a large tree fell on the town common and partially blocked the roadway, according to police. Authorities urged residents in the area to use caution. Further north in Tyngsborough, police reported multiple power outages throughout town due…

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