Beyond The Forecast
Unfortunately yesterday’s beautiful weather isn’t going to linger into today. Clouds have moved in along with some patchy fog…and scattered showers will develop through the afternoon and evening. Temperatures will still manage to climb gradually […]
Hi everyone! Clouds this morning will part for increasing sunshine this afternoon as a ridge of high pressure builds into the region. Expect above normal temperatures to continue with highs generally 55 to 60 today…a […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Courtesy: Jim in Paxton, MA Pretty sure it was 5/5 this week on sunsets. The good times keep rolling here in New England this fall, with a stellar […]
This is going to be one fine day! High pressure is strong and to our south…mild air is flowing in around it’s periphery and temps will spike into the upper 50s and lower 60s today under mostly sunny skies. There will be some this cirrus clouds up there from time to time.
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook We love to talk about the weather here in New England. And I’m pretty sure there was plenty of dialogue today, especially during the frigid morning where many […]
Act like a bear and hibernate until tomorrow…that’s the easy way out. But if you are tough…and I know many of you are…today will have a Winter feel all day long. Yesterday’s arctic front is south of us and the core of the cold is in place…today’s highs only in the upper 30s but with the wind will feel like 20s.
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Today was a day for photo-sharing. Tuesday kicked off with the excitement of the first snowfall for many cities, and ended with a glorious sunset (which seem to […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook At least it isn’t October! We’ve had some early snows in recent history, so I suppose you could say waiting until November is a nice break. But it […]
First off, a heart-felt thank you to all past, present and future veterans…I hope you enjoy this day.
There is essentially no change in this week’s forecast as described in my blog of 24 hours ago. There will be two cold December-like days followed by a nice recovery to above average temperatures the second half of the week. A gargantuan high pressure system will govern much of the nation through most of the week so it is an easy forecast with no storms to deal with and that is just fine with most of us. The only downside is the precipitation deficit over the past three months. Last week’s rain was slightly helpful but not that beneficial in many areas especially north and west of Boston.