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Snow More: Winter Is Gone

Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook One of the most remarkable things about living in New England is how dramatically the landscape changes from season to season. In the depths of a frigid winter […]

04/18/2015

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Racing The Rain On Marathon Monday

Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook The snow is gone, the birds are singing, the sun is shining, and the Red Sox are (mostly) winning. Yes, life is good here in New England lately. […]

04/16/2015

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Why Doesn’t Boston Set Cold Records?

WHAT?! May be your first reaction to the headline of this article.

04/08/2015

2015 RPM Wide

Every April Has One…

Find Eric Fisher on Twitter & Facebook I know it's snowing right now in NNH…but we finally have a few flowers in SoNH! Crocuses and willow this evening! pic.twitter.com/T9bI4Ir61p — Jim Salge (@JimSalgePhoto) April 6, […]

04/06/2015

Wachusett Mountain Ski Area on Tuesday, March 31st

Holiday Weekend Outlook – Will The Streak Continue?

Find Eric Fisher on Twitter & Facebook Cold & snow, rinse wash and repeat. Yes, there are signs of spring around us. Snowdrops and crocus are starting to pop up out of the ground, red […]

04/01/2015

Sunrise from Manomet Point, Credit: Stephen Boyd

Batches of Showers and Warmth By Week’s End

It’s amazing what a little sunshine can do to brighten your spirits! A spectacular sunrise greeted many of us Monday morning ahead of cold front set to sweep through the region later on. There have […]

03/30/2015

Progress! Comparison of the recent change out the front door of Terry O'Neill in North Attleborough

What’s That?! Oh Yeah, My Yard

Find Eric Fisher on Twitter & Facebook Fog over Pine Banks Track in #Melrose , Ma! @klemanowicz @ericfisher @SurfSkiWxMan @pbouchardon7 #GoodbyeSnow pic.twitter.com/hO1VboCBXi — David J Bagley WX (@DavidBsWeather) March 26, 2015 I’ve never seen people […]

03/27/2015

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration plane helps detect potential flooding risks. (WBZ-TV)

Flying Over Snow-Covered New England Helps Predict Spring Flooding

A National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration plane helps find areas of snow that could present flooding problems.

03/25/2015

Cape Cod ice continues to grow in late February. Photo courtesy: Megan O'Leary

A Tale Of Two Extremes

Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Running outside feels like you’re training for a Nordic biathlon. Walking the dog takes a few minutes of working yourself up before opening the door. Snow piles threaten […]

03/20/2015

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When Will The Snow Stop Falling?

The only question on most people’s minds is ‘are we done yet?’

03/18/2015

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