Last winter left a battered and bruised coastline that in some areas was completely rearranged.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation is putting new technology on our roads to make them safer during the winter.
In New England, we are accustomed to measuring each storm by the amount of snow it will drop, but the true measure of a storm should encompass more than just snowfall amounts, it should measure how the upcoming storm is going to IMPACT you.
The United States Coast Guard has to operate in anything that Mother Nature throws at New England.
So how much cold and snow can we expect this winter?
January is on track to follow December’s lead with very little snow in Boston.
Government forecasters said Thursday that New England could see “excess snowfall” this winter.
AccuWeather is predicting another brutally cold and snowy winter for a large part of the country, especially states in higher latitudes.
The 2012 edition of the Old Farmer’s Almanac lays out its predictions for the New England winter. What’s in store for the Boston area?
Get ready, because lots and lots of snow and very cold temperatures are predicted for this winter.