In the next three days we will lose more than 50-percent of our snow pack.
This weather pattern isn’t going anywhere fast.
WBZ’s Danielle Niles and David Robichaud demonstrate why you can’t wear green while doing a weather forecast.
This has clearly been one of those winters that you will never forget.
Typically, with 3 days of temperatures in the 45-50 degree range, you would lose about 2-to-4 inches of snow pack.
The city of Boston is inching ever closer to breaking a 20-year-old record for the snowiest winter ever.
We have challenged just about every winter milestone in the books this year and now our eyes are set on the big prize.
As of Monday morning, 104.1 inches of snow had fallen at Logan Airport this winter, the second snowiest since weather record keeping began in 1891.
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. […]
Nearly all of southern New England was hit with sub-zero temperatures Tuesday morning.