Thunderstorm chances will be running fairly high this afternoon and we will have to keep an eye on the radar…storms that form will have heavy rain, lightning, gusty wind and possible hail.
After a glorious weekend with back to back 80+ degree days, the weather is going to become somewhat unsettled as very muggy air flows into New England over the next 24 hours.
Your lawns and gardens will love today…your outdoor plans will not. An area of low pressure is in the process of developing a stronger center in our coastal waters.
April is now gone and left a sour taste in our mouths but May has arrived and with the new month comes a new weather pattern…one that’s a little sweeter.
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.
Todd Gutner says the harsh winter may not have been as damaging to gardens as first thought.
Sandwiched between some mighty fine weather will be a super soaking tonight and early tomorrow morning. An area of low pressure with Gulf of Mexico origins is headed up the East Coast.
We are going on day three with this Nor’easter and these Spring Nor’easters are only slightly better than their Winter cousins. Cold, raw, rainy and now snowy and sleetie (is that even a word :-)) this pattern needs to change and soon.
New England averages 8 tornadoes per year, 2 to 3 of those in the commonwealth.
The outlook for spring is not so great if you want to transition into a long stretch of warm days.