Eye On Weather: Winter Weather OutlookThis year, WBZ-TV's meteorologists say you can count on a classic New England winter.
Eye On Weather: Sea Level Rise Could Have Big Impact In BostonThe latest report predicts an additional 2-4 feet of sea level rise by the end of the century.
Eye On Weather: Students Travel To Alaska For Climate Change ResearchA group of local high school students traveled to a taiga forest, north of Fairbanks, Alaska this summer to help research climate change with scientists from the Woods Hole Research Center.
Eye On Weather: Adaptation Critical As Climate Continues ChangingOur climate is changing right before our eyes. Danielle Niles talks to some experts on what impacts that has on our everyday life.
Eye On Weather: Ski Resorts Preparing For Impacts Of Climate ChangeMany people have a passion for winter sports. So WBZ-TV wanted to find out if the ski industry is concerned about all this talk about climate change and, if so, how it is adapting.
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: Why Has It Been 25 Years Since The Last New England Hurricane?It's not a question of if but when the next one happens.
Eye On Weather: The Cone Of UncertaintyThe cone of uncertainty describes where meteorologists think the center of the hurricane is likely to be.
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.
Eye On Weather: Hurricane Bob - 25 Years LaterHurricane Bob became the most expensive hurricane in New England history in 1991, costing taxpayers more than $1.5 billion to repair the damage.
Eye On Weather: Extreme Conditions Can Benefit Boston Marathon TrainingRace director Dave McGillivray believes training in bad weather can actually be a good thing.
Eye On Weather: What Does Winter Have In Store?Last year was a record-setting winter. So what's in store for 2016?