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Small Tornado Touched Down In NH

A tornado ripped through a small section of Warner, NH, damaging a barn, but missing houses and power lines.


The large tree uprooted by the tornado on Wrentham's Town Common, June 23, 2015. (Photo by Susie Steimle-WBZ-TV)

Tornado Confirmed In Wrentham By National Weather Service

The National Weather Service confirmed a tornado touched down in Wrentham’s town common Tuesday evening.


The scene over Gillette Stadium in Foxboro during a tornado warning. (Courtesy: Gillette Stadium via Twitter)

Tornado Warning Issued For Parts of Mass.

The National Weather Service has not confirmed any tornado sightings.


Trees were damaged when a microburst whipped through Methuen. (Carl Stevens/WBZ NewsRadio 1030)

Microburst Rips Down Trees In Methuen

The National Weather Service confirmed that a microburst caused damage in Methuen.


A brush fire in Sandwich Saturday night. (Photo by Robert Bastille/Hyannis News)

Fire Officials: Conditions Are Prime For Brush Fires

The National Weather Service issued another red flag warning Sunday, and firefighters are on the lookout for brush fires.


(Photo Courtesy: Charlie Zapolski)

Snow Totals: Who Got The Most?

For the third Monday in a row, southern New England has been hit with a major amount of snow.


(Photo by Kayana Szymczak/Getty Images)

Boston Breaks 30-Day Snowfall Record Set In 1978

Boston has broken yet another snowfall record during an unprecedented streak of snowstorms.


(Photo courtesy: Ian Bennett )

Snow Totals: Who Has The Most?

The latest snow totals from around Massachusetts.



Snow Blitz: Boston Sets Record For Snowiest 7-Day Period

After several weeks that had Boston residents wondering where Old Man Winter was, the city is seeing snow pile up at a historic rate.


Scene from the Blizzard of 2015 (Photo credit Susan Flaherty)

Confirmed: You Can Officially Call It ‘The Blizzard Of 2015’

The National Weather Service reports that blizzard conditions were indeed met.