Early Spring Nor'easter On The Way To New EnglandAn early spring nor’easter is on the way to New England this weekend.
Beyond The Forecast: Major Winter Storm On The Way TuesdayFor those that may have been wishing for a big shift in the storm track–sorry, you’re out of luck.
Avalanche Warning Issued For Mount WashingtonThe Mount Washington Avalanche Center has issued an extreme avalanche danger warning on two trails after more than 16 inches of snow has fallen on the highest peak in the Northeast.
Boston & Dozens Of Other School Districts Close Monday For StormAs New Englanders continued to dig out from a Thursday's Nor'easter and additional accumulation on Saturday, yet another storm was bringing several more inches of snow to the area from Sunday to Monday.
Storm Moves Into New EnglandThe “backlash” of the storm coming on Monday is looking a bit less dire for our coastline.
Winter Storm That Hit Boston Gets Official Blizzard DesignationThe large Nor'easter that hit Massachusetts with up to 18 inches of snow officially became a blizzard as of 4:30 p.m. Thursday.
Boston City Councilor Giving Kids Free Ice Cream For Shoveling Out HydrantsA Boston City Councilor has a plan to motivate his youngest constituents to clear fire hydrants after snowstorms--and the results are pretty tasty.
Not A Blockbuster Storm, But A Solid ThumpIt won't be a blockbuster storm, but it will be a solid thump of heavy, wet, plowable snow for most of Southern New England.
Spring Begins With A Wintry BlastThe tempo of snow is expected to increase through the early morning hours of Monday with the heaviest snow falling between 4 a.m. and 8 a.m.
Parking Bans And Snow Emergencies For Feb. 8 StormAbout a dozen communities have announced snow emergencies and parking bans for the snow storm on Feb. 8.
Snow Totals: Who Has The Most?A couple dozen Massachusetts cities and towns saw varying amounts of snow accumulation Saturday.
South Shore Residents Prepared For Storm's WorstDespite strong winds and steady snow, South Shore residents seemed prepared for any potential flooding that might crop up.