Tired of Beautiful Weather Yet? Yeah, Me NeitherBeach? Pool? BBQ? You'll be pretty happy with the weekend forecast.
Drought Ahead? Dry And Getting DrierA dry spring is giving way to a dry summer, and drought may become a bigger part of the conversation if fortunes don't reverse soon.
Dad’s Day Delight & Summer Heat Arrives on CueFather’s Day weekend is just days away along with the official start to summer. Whether you plan on cooking some burgers on the grill, hitting the links with Dad or just enjoying the day together – our weather couldn’t be better!
Beyond The Forecast: Severe Weather Unlikely Saturday With Nice Week AheadI am extremely happy to say that the threat of thunderstorms especially strong to severe versions is almost zilch today! Hooray!
Risk Of Severe Thunderstorms Tuesday & WednesdayNow seems like the perfect time to remind you about some severe weather terms and safety tips.
Big Heat Stays Away To Start JuneThere are some warm days in the forecast, but the big-league heat will stay away from New England for the foreseeable future.
Wrapping Up Meteorological SpringMeteorological Spring runs from March through May, and it came in drier and warmer than average. Here's a look at the past 3 months and how they shape up versus past springs.
Frost Free? Not Quite Yet.It's been a fantastic stretch of warm weather, but a sharp cold shot is en route to New England this weekend. Anyone planning on some gardening should keep an eye on potential frost ahead.
Sunshine, Warmer Temps Return After Mother's DayWarmer temperatures are on the horizon after a week of mostly wet weather.
A New Month, But Cool Weather PersistsA mild winter has not developed into a warm spring so far, and more cool air is in the forecast as we move into May.
Split Decision WeekendOur weather stays quiet for now...but the weekend features changes. I'll let you know which day is the weekend pick in today's "Beyond The Forecast".
Elevated Brush Fire Risk Peaks On ThursdayDry weather and gusty breezes will keep the brush fire risk elevated this week. April is peak season for brush fires in New England.