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Eastern Pacific Off To A Record Start

Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Even though we’ve had damaging and memorable (if not infamous) storms like Irene, Sandy, and Issac in the past few years – the truth of the matter is […]

06/12/2014

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Upcoming Weather: Good For Lawns, Bad For Tans

“Zonal” or “Progressive” are not two words that are likely to be matched up with recent weather across the U.S.

06/12/2014

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Gardens Rejoice! Rain & Warmth Ahead

The rain comes first, an essential part of the equation if you don’t want to rack up a giant water bill.

06/05/2014

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May Comes To An End

Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook UPDATE: May finished with an average temp of 58.7º, coming in +0.8º compared to climo in Boston. How about the whole season of Meteorological Spring? (March/April/May) It tied […]

05/31/2014

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Double Rainbow Dominates Boston Skyline

Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Who doesn’t love a double rainbow? Hard not to think of this guy when they decide to show themselves in our skies. Well with rain over the harbor […]

05/30/2014

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Bring On The Weekend (And June!)

There’s some give and take in the forecast as we head into the weekend, which should be a big one for parties, graduations, weddings, and concerts.

05/30/2014

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Has It Been THAT Bad?

It takes extra energy to be angry about things you can’t change. The weather is one of those things.

05/28/2014

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May Ends On A Chilly Note

Here’s the general timeline for today.

05/27/2014

Comet 209P/LINEAR may still be faint but it’s a beautiful object in this time exposure by Austrian astrophotographer Michael Jaeger.

A Meteor Shower No One Alive Has Seen Before

It could be one for the ages for those lucky enough to enjoy clear skies.

05/23/2014

Hurricane Sandy off the east coast on October 29, 2012. (Photo by NASA via Getty Images)

NOAA Forecasters Predict Slow Atlantic Hurricane Season

A slower-than-usual hurricane season is expected this year because of an expected El Nino, federal forecasters said Thursday, but they warned that it takes only one storm to wreak havoc and urged Americans to be prepared.

05/22/2014

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