Weather Blog

First Widespread Frost Possible This WeekendThe coldest night of the season is looking likely this Columbus Day Weekend. Will it be enough to stick a pitchfork in the annual garden?
How Much Rain Fell During Historic Southeast Flooding?What does a '1,000 year rain event' mean? What's an atmospheric river? How does an area see more than two feet of rain in just a few days? Here's a look at the science behind the flood in South Carolina
Hurricane Joaquin Staying Away; Improving Weather In SightNew England won't see much of an impact from Joaquin as bursts of sun become more common.
Hurricane Joaquin: Moving Out To Sea, But Raw Weekend AheadDamp and windy all weekend, though Joaquin continues to move out to sea.
Torrential Rain Wednesday; Flood Watch Posted
Feast Or Famine: Big Rain Event To Break The DroughtFor the last several months it's all been about exceptionally dry conditions. But we may make up the entire rainfall deficit over just a few days this week. Here's a look at the first big storm system of the season.
Soaking Rain & Coastal Flooding On The Way
Drought Update: Dry Times ContinueThe rainfall deficit is leaving a visible mark on the landscape. Is it a start of a bigger drought ahead?
Spectacular Fall Sights In Our SkyThe dry, crisp air promotes chilly mornings and mild days, which is exactly what we have on tap for today and tomorrow.
Equinox Ahead! Weather Matches The OccasionAutumn is in the air, just in time for the equinox. Time to get your fill of crisp air and chilly nights.
Beyond The Forecast: Summer Weather Moving Out, Fall Conditions Roll InOne last summer-like day is here before fall-like temps arrive.
New England Weather Running Hot And ColdHot or cold - there just hasn't been a whole lot of middle ground for New England weather in 2015. Here's a look at the wild swings to either side of the spectrum.