Eric Fisher

(Image Credit: Hull Chamber of Commerce)

The Summer Weather Survival Guide

Severe weather, lightning, vacation time, and more! Your guide to what’s on tap when it comes to summer weather in the Boston area.

06/17/2015

Double rainbow seen over Burlington on Tuesday evening. Credit: Kathleen O'Keeffe

Tuesday Evening Rainbow Bonanza

Tuesday storms brought some welcome rain and numerous rainbows as they departed. For those who missed out on the rain, here’s a look ahead at our next two storm chances.

06/09/2015

2015 Lows This Morning

Summer? Are You There?

Running the heat in June? Many of us are guilty of flipping it on after a record cold start to the month. How do we stack up versus some of the other coldest Junes in Boston?

06/04/2015

Rain

Drought Denting – 3-Day Soaking Delivers Relief

Three straight days of rain have fallen over parched New England. So is the drought still a problem, or is it gone for now?

06/03/2015

records

Temperature Tantrums – Extremes Abound In Recent Months

From cold to hot, snowy to dry, and now the rain. There have been some wild swings to deal with here in New England over the past several months.

06/02/2015

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Summer In May, Spring Returns For June

After a very warm and dry month, a pattern change is ahead as May comes to a close and June begins. Cool and damp weather on the way!

05/29/2015

Hurricane warning flag in Chatham during Arthur. (WBZ-TV)

Tropical Talk – Hurricane Outlooks Overblown?

Every year multiple forecasting outlets provide a forecast for the upcoming hurricane season. It’s something to talk about, but is it something to bank on?

05/28/2015

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On The Hunt For Raindrops

We were enduring a blitz of nonstop storms in winter, but April and May have gone quiet and now we’re drying out across the region. Will we receive some beneficial spring rain anytime soon?

05/15/2015

Christine Buckhout won WBZ's Snowfall Contest. (WBZ-TV)

WBZ Viewer Wins Snowfall Contest After Predicting Historic Winter

Christine Buckhout’s prediction before the winter was within two inches of the actual Boston snowfall amount.

05/13/2015

Magnolia trees in bloom in Boston's North End

Beyond The Forecast: The Quest for 70 Degrees

It’s been more than a half a year since Boston has struck seventy. But the long-awaited pattern change many have been dreaming of is in the works. The warmest weather since mid-October is on the way in.

05/01/2015

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