Beyond The Forecast

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Several Storms To Watch

Yesterday’s sunshine is but a distant memory. Clouds have rolled in and will stay in place through the day today.  Despite our overcast skies, temperatures will rise into the low 40s for many communities this […]

12/16/2014

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Coming Attractions

We are in a relatively quiet period through the week. There are a couple of minor systems to briefly shake things up a bit. The powerful storm that pounded the West Coast several days ago will only manage to release a few showers as it crosses over New England Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning.

12/15/2014

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Look To The Stars

This holiday season, you could help put gifts under the star of a Christmas tree of a child in need.  As part of our partnership with the Patriots, we’re collecting new, unwrapped toys this Sunday […]

12/12/2014

Barry Burbank

A Brightening Weekend

As the “wheel of misfortune” slowly rolls eastward over the next few days, drier air will become entrained into the circulation. This means that some patches of blue sky and sunshine could appear at any moment!

12/12/2014

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Snow Showers & Few Slick Spots Develop Tonight

Today’s weather isn’t pleasant by any stretch– but at least it’s not as bad as yesterday. The upper level low responsible for our Nor’easter will only gradually lift northward over the next few days. Spokes […]

12/10/2014

Barry Burbank

Wheel Of Misfortune

As bone-chilling as it was Monday with temperatures struggling to reach the 20s, we were very confidently predicting that the nor’easter would create a robust rain event. It even exceeded expectations in northeastern MA where 4-5″ amounts were common. With

12/10/2014

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Weather Threat Shifting From Icy Spots To Flooding

Localized flooding will be a major concern for Tuesday afternoon and evening.

12/09/2014

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Wet Nor’Easter On The Way

This week’s storm will be more wet than white for most of us.

12/08/2014

Barry Burbank

Weekend In New England

The atmosphere was sufficiently cold to initially support a brief burst of snow before switching to ice pellets and freezing rain last evening across northern MA. It became rather slippery in places in the Route 2 corridor but, thankfully, there was not enough freezing rain to cause any significant ice accretion and power outages

12/06/2014

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More Active Weather Ahead? Two Systems To Watch

Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook It sure has been busy in the weather office during much of October, November, and now into December. By my count we’ve had 5 separate ‘wintry’ events already […]

12/03/2014

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