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Heat and Humidity Continue as Scattered Showers, Storms Move in on Tuesday

We finally have some decent rainfall in the forecast over the next few days. All this heat and humidity continue to build and it feels like it’s going to rain out there at any moment. But the be...

  • weather New England Sep 26

    Warm, Dry Weekend for Majority of New England

    This morning we have low clouds and some patchy fog near the coast and in southern New England, an indication that our humidity is on the rise.  A disturbance passes south of us today and may bring in a couple showers across the Berkshires and Connecticut today. The farther north, the clearer the skies.  The western wi...
  • forecast Sep 25

    Summer-Like Weekend as Fall Colors Emerge

    Hope you can soak in this warm weather and this summer-like feel this weekend because this may be the last warm stretch like this, this season. A pattern change moves in for next week. The weekend will be pretty dry again as we take in the fall color. Peak foliage has already been reported across the North Country as the…

  • forecast Sep 25

    Beautiful Weekend on Tap, But a Change Is on the Way

    This may be the last weekend quite like this for the season – Friday through Sunday are all predicted to be in the 70s to around 80, and none of the days are expected to bring significant rain.  We’ve already been enjoying a late week string of great weather days and milder nights, slowing what was a rapid progression of…

  • forecast Sep 25

    Sunshine, Highs Near 80 Through the Weekend

    Warm, dry weather will stick around into the weekend. High temperatures will reach the upper 70s and low 80s today, Saturday and Sunday. As the seas calm down, we might see some nice beach weather. A cold front will move in late Sunday into Monday. It’s possible that we will see some rain, but it’s too early to tell...

  • forecast Sep 24

    Showers for Some Friday Ahead of Warm Weekend

    The warm temperatures are here to stay through this weekend and our pattern remains pretty quiet. There is a weak cold front draped across the north country. Lows near the crown of Maine will drop to the 30s, while the rest of New England will see lows in the 50s. Some areas in southern New England will stay in the…

  • Weather Sep 24

    Beautiful Weather Continues as Drought Worsens in New England

    Beautiful weather for us in New England means a worsening drought. The new drought report issued by the National Drought Mitigation Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reports that much of New England is in a severe to exceptional drought. But this...
  • forecast Sep 24

    Sunshine, Summer Weather Continues

    Hopefully you didn’t put away your summer outfits. After a brief stretch of early season cold, our temperatures will be warming up once again. Our summery weather conditions will continue. Friday will be sunny and warm with high temperatures in the upper 70s, more of the same Saturday and it will be even warmer on Sunday. For the second...
  • forecast Sep 24

    Summer-Like Temperatures Move Back In

    We have a new weather pattern in New England. The period of Sept. 19-22 featured average mean temperatures in the low and mid-40s, the coldest such period in most of our lifetimes — and that was with mostly sunny skies! Wednesday begins a new ‘frost-free’ spell of weather with the feel of summer for our first weekend of celestial autumn...
  • forecast Sep 23

    New England Sees Summer Stretch with Highs Near 80

    Hurricane Teddy’s impact on the weather in New England will ease as it charges northeast, making landfall in Nova Scotia early this morning. Wednesday will be breezy with gusts to 30 mph, but not exceptionally windy. High surf will still deliver strong rip currents and waves of four to eight feet, but not the same pounding surf as yesterday. ...
  • forecast Sep 23

    Summer Weather Returns with Highs Near 80

    With hurricane Teddy out of the way, the focus now shifts to the warmer weather. Temps are on the mend today, with mid and upper 70s coming back into play. With breezes still steady from the northwest, the sea breeze won’t be a factor, which means that even the coastline gets warmer. Those breezes also aggravate the fire danger....

  • forecast Sep 23

    Wind and Waves Pound New England Coast as Hurricane Teddy Heads North

    Teddy continues to transition from a hurricane to a post tropical cyclone as it heads north, about 300 to 400 miles to our east. The wind and waves continue to pound the coast this evening and overnight. Our gusts will be as high as 50 mph across the south shore, Cape Cod and the islands. Nantucket could see 60 mph…

  • Weather Sep 22

    From 400 Miles Away, Hurricane Teddy Is Felt in New England

    Although Hurricane Teddy is 400 miles east of New England, the storm is expanding quickly, customary of strong hurricanes when they move into northern latitudes.  The expansion of the storm is most evident in the wind field, with tropical storm force winds expanding dramatically and gusts to and over 40 mph quickly approaching New England from...
  • forecast Sep 22

    Hurricane Teddy Brings Strong Wind, Waves and Flood Potential to New England

    As Hurricane Teddy races to Nova Scotia for landfall on Wednesday, the wind and waves will be ramping up across New England. We’ll shake off the third straight chilly morning today to see our temperatures hop into the upper 60s area-wide. No matter the season, this is the start of a warming trend that will carry into the end...

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