It certainly doesn’t feel like January playoff weather in New England today! In fact, it will feel more like April with high temperatures in the 50s this afternoon. Drenching rain and strong wind will accompany […]
Some of us are waking up to a bit of snow this morning, although many of our roads, thankfully, are more wet than white across the region. The only issue with this is that temperatures […]
Icy condition are blamed for several crashes along Central Massachusetts highways early Sunday.
A second wave of precipitation will likely keep roads a bit hazardous piling some ice on top of the fresh snow.
Clouds will be on the increase tonight. These clouds will trap in todays warmth. This along with south winds should help to keep temps pleasantly mild through the overnight in the 40′s. Temps will be climbing right back into the 50′s tomorrow as warmer air remains in place along the eastern seaboard ahead our approaching rainfall.
Winter’s last gasp? The last three years we have received our last measureable snowfall on March 1st, March 9th, and March 1st respectively.
The situation remains very serious with reports of numerous roof failures and collapses coming in, most of them focused in southeastern Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut.
They are two terms that many people use interchangeably, but sleet and freezing rain really are very different.
Up until now, this winter has been all about the snow. No rain-snow line or ice concerns for our two blizzards. That all changes Tuesday.