Beyond The Forecast
It’s been a spectacular start to our Thursday out there – a cloudless sky, comfortable temperatures and dry air in place. With high pressure in control, we’ll see another splendid summer afternoon with highs climbing […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook So typical of our weather. Wait all summer for the big heat, then get it when everyone goes back to work and school. When the fall decorations are […]
Yesterday was the hottest and muggiest day of the summer in much of the Boston area and it happened after Labor Day when teachers and students are in school! Whew! The temperature reached 93 degrees at 12:57 pm in Boston!
The National Weather Service has confirmed an EF-0 tornado did in fact touch down last night in the city of Worcester. Barry Burbank’s blog shows detailed information on the setup and radar – you can […]
It became very sticky yesterday and that oppressive to high humidity will be locked in here through tomorrow. With a weakening frontal boundary across southern New England today, it could provide a boundary or focus axis for a few more spotty showers and storms this afternoon.
Where did the summer go? Oh wait, it’s still here! Although it may be the “unofficial” end to the season on Labor Day, mid-summer warmth and humidity will be in place for several days. It […]
We are not done with the heat this summer. Despite the conclusion of meteorological summer this Sunday, August 31, there is a shot that the temperature could make a run for 90 degrees again.
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Disclaimer: I’m a pumpkin-flavored anything junkie. If they made pumpkin flavored wallpaper I’d have a hard time resisting. So when the commercials for Pumpkin Spice Lattes (PSL’s to […]
In the short-term, each succeeding day through this Wednesday will be warmer. Expect highs at or slightly over 80 today, middle 80s tomorrow, upper 80s on Tuesday and that 90 on Wednesday.
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Good thing we haven’t been roasted by persistent summer heat! Many of us would be complaining about dried up lawns and parched gardens if that were the case. […]