High pressure sits over us today with light NE winds and abundant sunshine. Highs climb to 46-50 this afternoon. Another stellar day for this time of year.
Considering how cloudy and dismal November can be, we are doing pretty well. Starting out this morning, we have lots of November chill out there. Many locations bottomed out in the middle 20’s overnight, but with […]
This will be more of a typical New England early winter-type storm – snow to the north and west and strong northeast winds at the coastline.
If this trend continues and this nor’easter tracks well offshore this would be a good news-bad news situation.
The Nor’Easter will reach Cape Cod and the Islands around midday on Wednesday in the form of rain.
The Nor’easter will reach Cape Cod and the Islands around midday on Wednesday in the form of rain.
The peak of the storm will be overnight Wednesday into Thursday morning.
The latest thoughts are that the rainfall will tally up to 1-2 inches (isolated amounts of 3 inches) from Wednesday evening to Thursday night.
It’s a tranquil start to your work and school week. Today will be partly sunny with a raindrop or two possible for the Cape and Nantucket. It’s going to be chilly with highs in the middle 40s.
Another storm will be making a run at New England Wednesday, according to WBZ-TV meteorologist Joe Joyce.