Tired of Beautiful Weather Yet? Yeah, Me NeitherBeach? Pool? BBQ? You'll be pretty happy with the weekend forecast.
Drought Ahead? Dry And Getting DrierA dry spring is giving way to a dry summer, and drought may become a bigger part of the conversation if fortunes don't reverse soon.
Big Heat Stays Away To Start JuneThere are some warm days in the forecast, but the big-league heat will stay away from New England for the foreseeable future.
Wrapping Up Meteorological SpringMeteorological Spring runs from March through May, and it came in drier and warmer than average. Here's a look at the past 3 months and how they shape up versus past springs.
Eye On Weather: Hurricane Season OutlookHere are the variables at play and some takeaways before the season officially begins on June 1.
Eye On Weather: Lessons Learned From Hurricane Of '38Also known as the Long Island Express or the Great New England Hurricane, there’s no storm on record that matches the pure destructive power of the Hurricane of ’38.
Ask Eric: What Created This Colorful Show Over Boston?Many looked up and saw a strange sight in the sky over the Boston area. What causes these bright colors without any rain around?
Frost Free? Not Quite Yet.It's been a fantastic stretch of warm weather, but a sharp cold shot is en route to New England this weekend. Anyone planning on some gardening should keep an eye on potential frost ahead.
A New Month, But Cool Weather PersistsA mild winter has not developed into a warm spring so far, and more cool air is in the forecast as we move into May.
Elevated Brush Fire Risk Peaks On ThursdayDry weather and gusty breezes will keep the brush fire risk elevated this week. April is peak season for brush fires in New England.
70 To Snow? Winter Weather Returns This WeekendSpring is the moodiest season, and it's living up to the name lately. While many towns may hit 70 degrees this week, snow is expected by the weekend.
After A Very Mild Winter, Will Summer Sizzle?Will we 'pay' for our mild winter? Here's a look into the summer seasonal outlook and whether we'll be sweating it out in 2016.