OK, Is Winter Finally Done? Nope.Winter briefly returned on Monday, but will it come calling again? The long range outlook says don't count out more snowflakes just yet.
Not A Blockbuster Storm, But A Solid ThumpIt won't be a blockbuster storm, but it will be a solid thump of heavy, wet, plowable snow for most of Southern New England.
Spring Begins With A Wintry BlastThe tempo of snow is expected to increase through the early morning hours of Monday with the heaviest snow falling between 4 a.m. and 8 a.m.
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.
Spring Beckons--Is Winter Completely Over?The so-called meteorological winter ended on February 29th. After recent record-smashing high temperatures, can we conclude that winter is completely over?
Logs From New Bedford Whaling Ships Could Help MeteorologistsThe New Bedford Whaling Museum has a new project called "Old Weather Whaling."
Full Blown Spring Continues Through The WeekendAre we going to make history for warmth this March? The long-range outlooks says a Top 3 warmest on record is definitely in play.
Spring Fling Follows The Warmest Winter On RecordNOAA says Winter 2015-16 was the warmest ever recorded both nationally and in New England. Will spring pick up where winter left off? It sure looks like it.
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.
How Rare Were Thursday's Severe Storms?Severe thunderstorms in February?! We all were woken up by wild winds and vivid lightning Thursday morning. How rare is it to see this type of weather in winter?
Deja Vu Storm Tuesday - Thursday With Snow, Ice, Rain, & WindAnother kitchen-sink style storm will bring snow, ice, rain, and wind over the next three days.
More Rain-Makers Than Snow-Makers This WeekPamela Gardner says our snow chances keep looking less and less likely for tonight and for mid-week.
Complicated Storm Setup For Final Week of FebruaryThe final week of the month looks ugly with wintry weather making a return to the area. Here's a technical look at the forecast ahead.
A Major MeltdownA classic snow-eating situation has erased a large amount of snow across New England. In some areas, nearly a FOOT of snow loss in 24 hours.
From Subzero To Soaking Rain - A 70º Swing In 36 Hours!Subzero Monday morning, snow Monday evening, ice Monday night, downpours and 50s Tuesday, and even some thunder mixed in? Not a dull stretch for New England weather.