Our latest batch of cold arrived on schedule this morning and the snow is right on its heels.
The snow will begin as early as 1 p.m. on Tuesday. The first to see flakes would be areas well to the south, along the South Coast, Cape Cod and the Islands.
We have some snowfall on the way Saturday. This represents a bit of a change to the forecast from recent days.
You’ve probably heard by now, some of the coldest air in many years is currently pouring down from Northern Canada into the Midwest.
It’s going to be a messy Sunday afternoon no matter how you slice it.
So by now you have likely heard the rumors…the weather world is a buzz about the potential for a weekend storm here in New England.
Here we go! Snow is in the forecast not once but twice this weekend, break out the shovels and boots, winter is about to get serious! We are tracking two wintry storms.
Ocean effect clouds and flurries have developed from Cape Ann to the South Shore and Cape Cod this morning…and will drop a coating in a few communities before coming to a close this afternoon. Otherwise, […]
After yesterday’s nice warm and even humid weather with highs of 68-74, reality sets in tomorrow as much colder air rules. It will be flowing out of Canada following the passage of a cold front late tonight or early tomorrow. There is some support for a few showers during that time period as an upper level trough of low pressure streams through.
The January thaw in New England has even reached New Hampshire’s Mount Washington, which recorded the all-time warmest temperature ever for the month.