On today’s “Celtics @ 7″, host Adam Kaufman led off the show by asking if – given its current first-place stature – Boston should commit to winning this season and attempt to make a move in order to improve the team and make a run.
Some of us are waking up to a bit of snow this morning, although many of our roads, thankfully, are more wet than white across the region. The only issue with this is that temperatures […]
Levan Reid passes along a few notes ahead of Sunday’s Patriots-Browns matchup.
After a pleasantly mild morning with temperatures about a dozen degrees above the average for this date in the range of 54-59 during the inbound commute, I am still predicting a winter wonderland unfolding tonight. The cold front shifted offshore by midday and colder air slowly seeped in during the afternoon but a faster decline is expected this evening as the precipitation from the next wave of low pressure arrives.
Here we go! Snow is in the forecast not once but twice this weekend, break out the shovels and boots, winter is about to get serious! We are tracking two wintry storms.
The Celtics have grinded their way to a respectable 8-12 record behind the leadership of Brad Stevens, but the new head coach isn’t pleased with the start.
Hard to believe with temps in the mid 50s right now that later tonight most will experience their first taste of Winter…but it true.
Seeing the doctor doesn’t have to mean actually going to their office. Boston-based American Well is now providing virtual visits for patients in Massachusetts. Doctors are available on the site via live video around the clock every day of the year. No appointment is needed, and doctors are able to prescribe common medications like antibiotics.
Bob Socci looks at the halftime adjustments the Patriots made last Sunday, and why they’re the best in the business when it comes to making those changes.
The pattern is turning more active and at first will be mild but over the weekend the cold will win out. With temps climbing to around 50 degrees for the next 36 hours there is no concern for ice or snow. There isn’t much forcing for ample moisture right now so we are looking at just some spotty showers and pockets of drizzle through later tonight. However, tomorrow a cold front will slide into the area and rain intensity will pick up.