Another major winter storm comes to New England.
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Phew…it’s been a busy week. Our Executive Weather Producer Terry Eliasen put together a great blog on the ‘numbers of the blizzard of 2015′ that you can read […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Amarillo, Texas has seen more snow than Boston, New York, or Philadelphia this winter. So there’s that. No breaking news to you – it hasn’t snowed much. The […]
Widely scattered snow showers will move into southern New England this afternoon as an arctic cold front sweeps through. In fact, thundersnow has been reported in parts of NY ahead of this boundary! By the […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Gillette Stadium on an icy Thursday night. Photo by @tbone51558 on Twitter **FRIDAY EVENING UPDATE: After drawing one day closer and getting more data, the forecast details […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Not shabby! Many of us saw our local rivers, streams, and ponds freeze up over the past week of well below average temperatures. Monday snapped what’s been the […]
We’ve been contending with a bit of snow, freezing rain and sleet across parts of southern New England this morning courtesy of a frontal boundary and wave of low pressure approaching the region. Temperatures are […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Believe it or not, we receive feedback from people that think we’re making up wind chill as a marketing tool. It’s a real equation folks, I promise. It’s […]
Winter started early in November, then took a long hiatus in December, and appears to be roaring back to life now.
In typical January fashion, cold air will invade much of the country this week with artic air plunging into New England late Wednesday. There will be several blasts of frigid air…the first is actually moving […]