Voluntary evacuation recommendations have been issued in Scituate, Lynn, New Bedford and Plum Island.
We’ve been talking about Sandy for a week now…it’s arrival is tomorrow.
We are already feeling the effects from Sandy even though the storm center is almost 700 miles away from Boston.
The National Hurricane Center says this could be the largest tropical storm ever in the Atlantic Ocean.
The seaport city of Gloucester is urging residents to celebrate Halloween early because of the hurricane that’s threatening next week. Local officials are encouraging trick or treating between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday, instead of Wednesday as tradition holds.
Sandy went through rapid intensification last night and has maintained all that strength today while over the very warm Bahamian waters.
As one prepares for the catastrophes of life we need to consider insurance as a financial tool.
New England apple growers are hoping for the best as Hurricane Irene approaches.
August 27, 2011 Hurricane Irene pounded the Bahamas earlier this week and in keeping track of its path, we are next! To help us better prepare for Irene, on this edition of “Centro”, WBZ’s Yadires […]
Hurricane Irene is on track to be the first hurricane to hit New England in 20 years.