After a very warm and dry month, a pattern change is ahead as May comes to a close and June begins. Cool and damp weather on the way!
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?
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?
Conditions are expected to be warm and a bit humid as you celebrate Mother’s Day on Sunday.
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.
It looks like most plants and migrations are running about 2 weeks behind schedule.
Uncooperative weather for Boston Marathon 2015.
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 […]
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This will be the best weekend of weather so far this year.