Mars Makes Closest Pass To Earth In 11 YearsHere's how to see Mars at its brightest.
Marathon Monday Forecast Good News For Spectators, Not RunnersThe Boston Marathon forecast is a good news-bad news situation. Actually, if you're just going to watch the race it's nothing but great news.
2016 Boston Marathon Weather Forecast - First LookTemperatures in Hopkinton will soar quickly into the 50's and 60's by mid-to-late morning.
Snow In April? Two Storms Coming Sunday And MondayThe cold is coming and along with it, two chances of snow in the first week of April.
WBZ Weather Madness; The Final DivisionFrom the No-name storm to a crippling ice event and historic flooding - we break down the last division of the 1st round of WBZ Weather Madness.
WBZ Weather Madness; The Hurricane DivisionYesterday’s battle was the closest we’ve had so far. The Blizzard of 2013 came out on top by a 13% margin and moves on to the “Elite 8”. Today, we break down the Hurricane Division with two key matchups…Hurricane Bob vs. Hurricane Gloria and Hurricane Sandy vs. Hurricane Irene.
WBZ Weather Madness; Battle of Two Top 5 SnowstormsWho can forget the Presidents Day blizzard of 2003? This storm has the dubious distinctly of being Boston’s greatest snowstorm eve recorded, beating out even the infamous Blizzard of ’78. In more recent memory, the blizzard of 2013 brought not only a #5 snow total for Boston (24.9”) but the cities 4th highest storm surge at the coast.
WBZ Weather Madness; Historic Snow BattleThe April Fool’s Day blizzard of 1997 won yesterday’s contest...so it’s on to the next matchup! Who can forget last winter? It was the all-time greatest seasonal snowfall for Boston at an impressive 110.6”. 2011 on the other hand started with a bang! An historic nor’easter struck just days before Halloween.
WBZ Weather Madness ContinuesToday’s match up includes the infamous 100 hour storm of 1969 versus the April Fool’s Day Blizzard of 1997. Let’s start with the former…This extremely slow moving storm dumped snow in our area from February 24-27. The 26.3” that fell in Boston still ranks as #3 in our all-time greatest snowfall. The April Fool’s Day storm came just hours after an Easter Sunday in the 60s and dumped 25.4” in Boston – good for #4 in the record books.
What's Next After The Snow Ends?The forecast doesn’t get much easier from here. New England will be on the edge of a very sharp temperature boundary for most of the week.
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.
Not So Fast: Developing Storm Not A Blockbuster, But Snow Now More LikelyTerry Eliasen says being a meteorologist just isn't all that fun right now as the forecast for the incoming storm has changed again.