Aside from some locally dense fog this morning and a spot shower during the afternoon, our weather will be fairly quiet today. Expect muggy conditions with highs in the 80s inland, 70s at the coast […]
It has been a remarkably hot start to the month of September – we hit 91 in Boston yesterday marking the 7th time we’ve hit 90+ this year. Our hottest September day on record EVER […]
The National Weather Service has confirmed an EF-0 tornado did in fact touch down last night in the city of Worcester. Barry Burbank’s blog shows detailed information on the setup and radar – you can […]
It’s a beautiful start out there this morning but another round of unsettled weather is on the way for later on today. A bundle of upper level energy will push through the region from northwest […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Even when it’s turning tragic, one can’t help but notice the stunning power and spectacle of weather. We’re seeing it at work this week as numerous severe storms […]
Who doesn’t enjoy a little trivia on a Sunday?? This morning’s questions featured on WBZ-TV were tough ones…and involved opposite ends of the weather spectrum. Take a guess & see how you do! On this […]
Damaging winds flattened trees and utility wires and knocked out power in parts of northern New England on Sunday, flights were delayed in New York City, flash flooding hit central Massachusetts and there were reports of a tornado in South Carolina as the East Coast weathered the remnants of violent storms that claimed 13 lives in Oklahoma.
In keeping with the times, smartphone apps and text alerts could help residents cope with the effects of Hurricane Sandy as the strong storm heads for the east coast.
With Hurricane Sandy expected to hit the East Coast in the next few days, you can never be armed with enough information, especially if the power goes out.
The Storms Prediction Center has put much of southwestern New England in a moderate risk category for severe weather. Unfortunately, an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out later today.