Bursts of Snow Followed By Frigid Air This WeekendAreas of light snow have developed this morning as some upper level energy slides over southern New England; expect additional bursts of snow to come through this afternoon and early evening. Our atmosphere has a lot of instability today, so similar to summertime thunderstorms, any snow showers that develop today could get a little “feisty” so to speak.
More Snow Chances AheadOur most widespread snowstorm of the season is under the belt, and now more chances are in the pipeline. It's like that these next 2 weeks will be the 'wintriest' we've had so far in the 2015-16 season.
Several Inches Of Plowable Snow Falls Across Southern New EnglandA widespread 4-to-8 inches of snow for most of eastern Massachusetts, covering all areas inside Routes 495 and 128, including Boston and Worcester.
Significant Snow Expected For Friday Morning Rush HourWhat once looked like a small wobble and no big deal for us is now looking more and more like a significant storm.
From Spring to Snow - Friday Flakes ExpectedAfter near record temperatures and a spring-like rainstorm, snow makes a return to the forecast for Friday morning's commute.
State Of The Winter, El Nino Update, And Other Weather TidbitsCancel winter? Not yet. A return to snowy chances and colder temperatures is on the horizon after a very warm week.
Few Friday Showers; Near Record Warmth To Kick Off FebruaryIt’ll be nice to have a quiet weekend weather wise after last weekend’s blizzard and soaking rain the weekend prior to that. Now we’ve been talking about some unsettled weather for today all week along…so let’s break down what to expect for your Friday.
Forget Phil - Your February OutlookCan you believe a big chunk of winter is already behind us? And with the forecast for the next few days, you may think it's done altogether. But cold and snow isn't finished just yet.
Brush With A Coastal Storm - Flakes FridayFriday morning's commute could be snowy for much of the area. While not a major storm, there could definitely be slick travel.
Melting Snow Ahead...But Will We Add More?Unlike last year, our first larger snowfall is not being followed by bitter cold and a streak of blizzards. But there is one system to keep tabs on for the end of the week.
Snow, Damaging Wind And Coastal Flooding Expected For Southern New EnglandWhile the mid-Atlantic is getting hit hard by a blizzard, New England will largely be spared during a weekend storm.
New England On Edge Of Weekend East Coast SnowstormAll indications are for a major East Coast storm to just graze New England, keeping the big impacts off to our south. But we're still on the edge of this one, and keeping an eye on the trends.