Like the old Mark Twain saying goes, ”If you don’t like the weather…just wait a minute.” In true New England fashion we will go from tank tops and flip flops to sweatshirts and jeans in just 48 hours.
With 25 days in the books, summer 2013 has already seen its share of weather extremes.
Optimism is growing for the weather on the Fourth of July.
For many of us urban gardeners, the shady areas of our garden are often the most challenging.
Summer officially started last Friday and just two days later our first heatwave began.
A general 1-3 inches of rainfall is expected, prompting yet another flood watch from the National Weather Service.
Nothing like a tropical storm to start off your weekend, right? Here’s a timeline for this weekend’s weather forecast.
We are in for a 3-to-4 day heat wave, something more typical of July or August is coming in late May and early June.
Temperatures are set to plunge into the low 30′s overnight in most of the suburbs, perhaps just cold enough to damage or kill some tender vegetation.
We asked Mark Saidnawey, owner of Pemberton Farms in Cambridge, what we can safely plant at this point in the season.