Beyond The Forecast
We have challenged just about every winter milestone in the books this year and now our eyes are set on the big prize.
Sunday night snow will inch us closer to the snowiest Boston winter ever recorded.
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook The now infamous ‘slurpee waves’ of Nantucket – nearly frozen after a historically cold month. Photo Courtesy: Jonathan Nimerfroh. Is hyperbole a problem in the world of weather? […]
For all cold related factoids, I refer you to Eric’s blog from earlier this morning – great info & no need to repeat it here. Let’s focus on the snow on the way for tonight. […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Iconic. RT @MarkVogan: Like a scene from the 'Day After Tomorrow', Ice floes surround Manhattan – Image credit: CBS pic.twitter.com/aA4DvSd7LG — Eric Fisher (@ericfisher) February 24, 2015 Chances […]
The potential exists for above average snowfall in March and near to above average precipitation in April into May.
Is this winter historic? Hands down, this is an unprecedented streak.
From helmets to ski lifts, it seems there’s new technology around every twist and turn.
It’s like sailing, skiing and flying a kite at the same time.
With the record-setting levels of snow across Massachusetts, this winter is a good time to learn how to ski.