Beyond The Forecast
Winter is clearly the most challenging season of the year for us weather forecasters. Short-term prediction is tricky business because of the chaotic nature of the fluid atmosphere and that will probably always limit our ability to specifically predict the weather with any high degree of confidence beyond a theoretical threshold of 7-10 days.
Ocean effect clouds and flurries have developed from Cape Ann to the South Shore and Cape Cod this morning…and will drop a coating in a few communities before coming to a close this afternoon. Otherwise, […]
With a projected very cold night tonight and the high temperatures close to 15 degrees below the average for the last day of the month tomorrow, the mean temperature for November will end up closer to 2 degrees below the average.
Are you braving the crowds to go shopping on this Black Friday? Whatever you have planned, be sure to bundle up – our winter chill continues as temperatures only rise into the lower 30s this […]
Nothing to see here today but cold, cold and more cold. Gusty west winds aren’t helping much either…windchills this afternoon will stay in the teens and lower 20s.
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Full rain/wind Southern New England roundup here from the National Weather Service: Storm Reports. Daily rainfall records fell at nearly every New England climate site on Wednesday, including […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook As our holiday storm moves in, no major changes to the forecast idea from last night. You can read that blog here. But the idea is that we’ll […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Of course we’re going to have a storm on one of the busiest days of the year for travel, after 4 months of nearly completely quiet conditions. Weather […]
We are climbing out of the icebox this morning after surviving the intense cold blast from the last 36 hours. The cold won’t be as harsh today with highs clearing the freezing mark something that wasn’t achieved yesterday.
Albeit very cold with some near record low temperatures at dawn, it will turn out much less harsh tomorrow thanks to a weak wind of 5-15 mph. A ridge of high pressure will cross the region and the wind will shift from west to southwest and the core of the cold air will shift out of the region.