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Polar Vortex & A Frigid February

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 […]

02/24/2014

icyspots

Watching Icy Patches & A Coastal Storm

Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Programming note: Since that epic Iron Bowl finish put the kibosh on our Winter Preview and viewers only got to see about 8 minutes of it, we will […]

12/02/2013

Joe Joyce WBZ-TV Meteorologist

Cold Begins To Pull Away Today…Only To Return Again

Big blue high pressure sitting over us is providing a calmer day with less of a wind chill factor. This high will be pulling off the coast and begin to wrap in warmer SW during the afternoon. This will allow temps to continue to rise through the day…but it will be a slow warming. In fact it will take the entire day of warming just to reach 32 degrees. But this will feel a whole lot better than yesterday! High clouds will continue to increase making for filtered sunshine this afternoon

WBZ-TV–01/16/2012

Joe Joyce WBZ-TV Meteorologist

Bitter Cold Lifts Out On Martin Luther King Day….

The rest of us are seeing a brilliant, blustery and very cold day with the heart of the Arctic air settling over us today. Highs will only be able to climb into the teens today. Winds will start to die down this afternoon, but wind chills will remain in the single digits…despite near 100% of the sun.

WBZ-TV–01/15/2012

Joe Joyce WBZ-TV Meteorologist

Another Short-Lived Cold Shot….

Temps are starting off in the 20’s this morning with a west wind, and will have a tough time going much further today. Highs will climb into the Lwr 30’s by midday into the afternoon…even climb into the Mid 30’s for the south coast to the Cape. Temps will hold in the 20’s across NH. Sunshine this morning will give way to some increasing cloudiness as clouds from the N & W will be pushing towards the coastal plain along with an Arctic front. Temps are below zero this morning across the Canadian border. This is the airmass which will be over us for the next 24-48 hours.

WBZ-TV–01/14/2012

Joe Joyce WBZ-TV Meteorologist

Mild Air Lingers This Week…But Pattern Change May Be Ahead

Today we will see temps around 10-20 degrees above normal. Highs will be climbing into the 50’s south of the MA Pike…Some areas may approach 60 near RI this afternoon. Holding near 50-52 for SNH.

WBZ-TV–01/07/2012

Joe Joyce WBZ-TV Meteorologist

Kicking Off 2012 With An Eye Towards The Cold

Light SW winds will bring in unseasonal warmth into the 40’s to near 50 this afternoon. Some cloudiness may try to sneak back in later this afternoon ahead of an approaching cold front which is currently back through the Great Lakes. This front will push through tonight with a few showers between 8 PM and 1 AM.

WBZ-TV–01/01/2012

Joe Joyce WBZ-TV Meteorologist

Warming Back Up…Again!

A cold dome of air over us this morning will be slow to loose it’s grip on New England. A Busy breeze out of the SW will provide just enough motion to the air to make for a chilly day with highs in the Lwr 50’s with plenty of sunshine. High clouds will be pushing through during the midday for partly sunny skies at times.

WBZ-TV–11/12/2011

Joe Joyce WBZ-TV Meteorologist

Say Uncle! Dangerous Cold to Major Winter Storm…

Arctic air is on the move today. The Arctic front currently in Northern New England will push off the coast this afternoon. Ocean effect snowshowers for the Outer Cape could provide some minor accumulations…D-2″. Significant cold air will settle into the region overnight with clear skies and diminishing wind. Lows drop to 0 at the coast to -20 to -25 in NW sheltered valleys. Many suburbs outside Boston drop down to -5 to -15 by dawn tomorrow

WBZ-TV–01/23/2011

Joe Joyce

Extreme! Arctic Blast to Midweek Nor’easter

The newly fallen snow is adding to the chill this morning in the single digits and teens. 850 mb temps near -15C will help keep temps in the teens and lwr 20’s today. We are tracking an arctic front currently in place ver the Great lakes and Canadian border. This will approach from the west tonight with increasing clouds and a chance of a few flurries by dawn. Once this front pushes off the coast tomorrow..the cold arctic air will begin to plunge into the region with the coldest air to be found Sunday Night-Early Tuesday.

WBZ-TV–01/22/2011

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