Heavy Rain, Damaging Wind & Western MA Snow On The WayA pretty potent system is heading our way, and will arrive as early as later on this afternoon. This is almost an “everything but the kitchen sink” storm, as areas of snow, locally heavy rain and damaging wind will all impact parts of New England over the next 24 hours. So let’s break down the details…
Will Wintry Weather Pay A Visit This Week?Parts of the area could see their first snow and/or ice this week as some of the coldest air of the season settles in.
Gardens Beware: Killing Freeze Friday Night For ManyTime to say goodbye to the growing season for much of the area. Temperatures are expected to take a dive Friday night.
Big Shift In Matthew's Track?Tuesday trends pushed Matthew farther away from New England but increased the threat for the southeast coast.
Powerful Hurricane Matthew Eyes the U.S. CoastlineHurricane Matthew is a dangerous storm that's expected to directly hit Haiti, Cuba, and the Bahamas. After that, it's a very close brush with the U.S. coastline, including New England.
Matthew Strengthens; East Coast On AlertThe entire east coast is on alert as Hurricane Matthew, a powerful Category 4 storm, churns its way through the Caribbean. The question is, where does Matthew
Tropics Watch: Will Matthew Pose A U.S. Threat?The tropics are getting interesting as a storm heads toward the Caribbean this week. A hurricane is looking more likely, but its future destination is still in doubt.
Autumn Has Arrived, But Still Waiting For Significant RainFall begins today but our summery stretch continues...at least for now. Cooler air is on the move and will arrive to New England later tomorrow. We'll talk details and the updated drought monitor in Beyond The Forecast.
Crisp Air, Don't Care? Then The Weekend Forecast Is For YouSummer is doing its best to hold on, but the coolest stretch of weather this season is looming around the corner. Check out the details on how chilly it will get this weekend.
2016 Fall Foliage OutlookAn historic drought will no doubt have an impact on autumn's greatest show. But fall foliage won't be a complete dud in New England. Here's where to expect the best and brightest spots.
What Would It Take To End the New England Drought?The rain deficit has grown to historic proportions across southern New England. How much rain (and snow) do we need to end the drought, or at the very least get things on the right track?
Drought Danger Zone? No Relief In SightDrought impacts are increasing across the region as the rain still refuses to fall. Our prospects aren't looking much better in September. How long will the 2015-2016 drought continue on for?

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