Beyond The Forecast
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook For sure, a few of us are tiring of the cold this winter. But interestingly enough, the few mild days have been so warm that they’ve really helped […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter & Facebook Sent from a viewer in Duxbury…the snow is gone and spring is desperately attempting to get on with its business, forecast be damned! Well at least we got […]
The highs over the weekend were impressive…50 and 52…no that feel of Spring is gone as Winter comes roaring back this week with below normal temps and a couple of chances of snow. Most of this week temps will struggle to get out of the 30s…thanks to the return of the “Polar Vortex” (dah, dah, dah).
Today’s high of 52 in Boston is a dozen degrees above the average for this date and it felt much milder than yesterday thanks to the weaker wind. It is the 4th consecutive day of above average temperatures in this month that has featured 15 below average days.
We won’t be as bright or as mild as we were yesterday afternoon…but you won’t hear any complaints from me! Our high temperatures will still be running above average out ahead of a cold front […]
What a beautiful day with temperatures flirting with and exceeding 50 degrees in many areas. Boston checked in with 50 degrees at 2:58 this afternoon. This was only the 7th day this month that featured above average temperatures which means 15 have been below average!
Good morning everybody! If you’re up early, beware of black ice. I had quite the slippery ride into work…secondary roads & untreated surfaces are very slick. This threat should diminish by 8-9 AM as temps […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook People smiling, snow melting, sun shining. A feel of spring out there today, with highs up into the 40s! You know it’s been a rough stretch when the […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Well, that escalated quickly. A potent upper-level system did plenty to coat the area in snow yet again today. And yes, I will readily admit there was more […]
This should be our last significant snow accumulation for a while.