Will We Pay For Warm Start To Fall?So we're all going to pay for this nice weather, right?
Farmer's Almanac Predicts Plenty Of Cold, Snow For Northeast This WinterEditors continue to stick to their timeworn formula, even though they admit forecasting is an "inexact science."
Jay Talking: 'Is Winter Over?'Check the video and see if your neighbors think spring is here.
Jay Talking: Winter Hiking On The White Mountain Cascade Brook TrailThe Cascade Brook Trail follows a beautiful brook and at the top of the trail is a big payoff in the form of a spectacular view. See it.
Big Swings In Weekend Weather: Snow, Ice, Rain, 50s!A snowy Saturday morning will give way to a mix of ice and rain, to be followed by 50s and rain on Sunday! Here's a look at some of the wild swings ahead.
Making The Holidays Happen: Winter SolsticeThe first official day of winter is next Wednesday the 21st.
Massachusetts Prepares For Snow During Monday Morning CommuteNew England was bracing Sunday evening for a messy Monday morning due to wintry conditions, with the Massachusetts Department of Transportation telling motorists the morning commute would be "a challenge."
A Wintry Weather Pattern AheadRight on cue, after our WBZ Winter Weather Special aired Friday night, we will see the first snowflakes of the season.
Just When You Think You're Done, Winter Pulls You Back InThe crocus may be up, but March snow is no stranger to New England. On cue, it looks like the first day of spring could deliver a nor'easter to the region.
Winter 2015-16 Is One For The BooksMeteorological Winter is over, and it wasn't much of one for New England. Some of the warmest temperatures on record visited the area. Here's a look back at where 2015-16 stands in the record books.
More Snow Chances AheadOur most widespread snowstorm of the season is under the belt, and now more chances are in the pipeline. It's like that these next 2 weeks will be the 'wintriest' we've had so far in the 2015-16 season.
Where's Old Man Winter? Maine Police Share 'Missing' PosterThere have been few signs of winter in New England so far.