Beyond The Forecast
Localized flooding will be a major concern for Tuesday afternoon and evening.
This week’s storm will be more wet than white for most of us.
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
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 […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Much like in 2013, November was Snowvember, or Novembrrr if you prefer. Some towns saw snow on 4 or 5 separate calendar days, which is pretty decent by […]
We are projecting snowfall as much as 10-20 inches above the average for much of the region. This equates to a range of 55-65 inches in Boston.
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We asked our viewers and readers to submit their most memorable winter storms in New England.
New England is home to some of the country’s coziest inns.