Beyond The Forecast
It won’t be a blockbuster storm by New England standards, but it WILL be the biggest event of the season thus far for many folks, especially north and west of Boston.
A fast-moving storm could drop up to six inches of snow in some parts of Massachusetts.
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Amarillo, Texas has seen more snow than Boston, New York, or Philadelphia this winter. So there’s that. No breaking news to you – it hasn’t snowed much. The […]
Several storms appear to be in the pipeline in the days and weeks ahead.
On this MLK holiday, the nation was in a January thaw mode. Above to well above average temperatures existed across much of the country.
Widely scattered snow showers will move into southern New England this afternoon as an arctic cold front sweeps through. In fact, thundersnow has been reported in parts of NY ahead of this boundary! By the […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Gillette Stadium on an icy Thursday night. Photo by @tbone51558 on Twitter **FRIDAY EVENING UPDATE: After drawing one day closer and getting more data, the forecast details […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Not shabby! Many of us saw our local rivers, streams, and ponds freeze up over the past week of well below average temperatures. Monday snapped what’s been the […]
We’ve been contending with a bit of snow, freezing rain and sleet across parts of southern New England this morning courtesy of a frontal boundary and wave of low pressure approaching the region. Temperatures are […]
One year ago this week from January 11-14, Boston’s high temperatures were 59, 54, 51 and 50 respectively! That will definitely not happen in the next 4 days but a potential shift in the steering currents should eventually propel milder air from west to east across the country .