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 […]
A late-winter storm that buried parts of the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic swept into New England on Thursday, bringing snow, rain, strong winds, big waves and fears of coastal flooding.
What looked like such a slam dunk forecast a few days ago has become an absolute head scratcher. Honestly, this storm could end up being a bust.
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.
Conditions are not going to improve much during the day today, in fact they will likely get worse for areas north and west of Boston.
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.