Heavy snow and bad timing will create a Thanksgiving travel headache.
While not a blockbuster storm, this one is sure to add a little extra stress to holiday travel plans.
Confidence is growing that a significant coastal storm is going to ride up the east coast on the busiest travel day of the year, likely causing major travel disruption.
The first official driving test of the season for New England drivers comes Friday morning, courtesy Mother Nature.
We’re eyeing a *potential* storm system for this upcoming weekend.
A roller coaster week of weather is ahead with a temperature surge followed by a frigid weekend with possible snowflakes.
Watch the video and get some ideas on how to make the best of your summer.
Wasn’t that fun! If you were up early you witnessed a wild scene this morning…heavy rain flipped to heavy sleet and then nearly white-out conditions as a dynamic system barreled through the State. Logan Airport officially measured 0.3″. While snow in April is rare, it’s not unheard of, in fact today’s snow wasn’t even the record snowfall for the day…Logan picked 1.0″ back in 1992.
A spring storm blasted the Cape and Islands with high winds and blowing snow on Wednesday.
Here are the latest snowfall totals from the National Weather Service in Boston and Rob Macedo, the SKYWARN Coordinator for the National Weather Service in Taunton.