Weather Blog

Hurricane warning flag in Chatham during Arthur. (WBZ-TV)

Tropical Talk – Hurricane Outlooks Overblown?

Every year multiple forecasting outlets provide a forecast for the upcoming hurricane season. It’s something to talk about, but is it something to bank on?

05/28/2015

2015 RPM 4KM (1)

Strong Evening Thunderstorms Possible

Scattered showers and downpours this morning mark the leading edge of humid air that will push into the region this afternoon.  The wet weather is welcome news considering many of our lawns and gardens already […]

05/19/2015

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On The Hunt For Raindrops

We were enduring a blitz of nonstop storms in winter, but April and May have gone quiet and now we’re drying out across the region. Will we receive some beneficial spring rain anytime soon?

05/15/2015

"Undercast" looking from the top of the Prudential building in Boston (credit: Blue Hill Observatory)

Chance Of Thunderstorms Tuesday Afternoon

It’s a murky start out there. Low clouds, patchy fog and cool temperatures make it hard to believe we’ll be well into the 70s and even some 80s by later on today! The backdoor front […]

05/12/2015

2015 RPM TEMPS WINDSTREAMS

Location, Location, Location

While it won’t be nearly as hot as it was yesterday across the region, it will be another warm one in many communities. The big exception is if you live in northeastern MA. A backdoor front […]

05/11/2015

Magnolia trees in bloom in Boston's North End

Beyond The Forecast: The Quest for 70 Degrees

It’s been more than a half a year since Boston has struck seventy. But the long-awaited pattern change many have been dreaming of is in the works. The warmest weather since mid-October is on the way in.

05/01/2015

Visible Satellite Pic of New England from 9:15 Tuesday

70s In The Not So Distant Future!

With the cool stretch over the past several days our monthly temperature has averaged out to just above normal so far (+0.1 in Boston) and believe it or not, we could actually use some rain. We’re […]

04/28/2015

Photo Credit Thinkstock

Garden Outlook – Bring On The Green

It looks like most plants and migrations are running about 2 weeks behind schedule.

04/28/2015

(Photo credit: Susan Flaherty)

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

(Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

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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