Winter Weather Forecast: Below Average Snowfall, Warmer Than Average Temperatures, WBZ-TV Weather Team PredictsMeteorologists look at the Pacific Ocean, Siberia and the polar vortex for clues from nature about what kind of winter is coming.
National Weather Service Forecasts Milder Than Average Winter For New EnglandThat doesn’t mean the area won’t get some cold stretches and big snow events.
Winter Weather Outlook: Less Snow, Warmer Than Average WBZ Weather Team PredictsThe early signs say it could possibly be a lackluster winter season for the third year in a row.
How Much Snow Can Boston Expect From What's Left Of Winter?Eric Fisher says we won't get as much snow as originally predicted for this winter, but there's still a month and a half to go.
Winter Weather Forecast: Snowier And Colder Than AverageWinter is nearly upon us! Here is WBZ-TV's annual look at what to expect for the season ahead. Hint: think snow.
Winter Weather Forecast - January 2018 UpdateIt's only fitting during the 40th anniversary of a monster February blizzard that we talk about what's in store for this February and March.
Winter Weather Forecast: Plenty Of Snow, Maybe Ice Storms, January ThawSo what’s the deal this winter? Well, it’s complicated.
Factors Favoring A Challenging Winter Across New EnglandWe never issue a winter seasonal forecast in October because November is a very telling month for the winter ahead.
The Science Behind The WBZ-TV Winter Weather ForecastIf I had to peg a number in Boston, I would go with 40 inches of snow this winter.
Winter Weather Forecast: Warmer Than Normal In Northeast, Says NOAAThe National Weather Service says warmer than normal conditions are favored along the East Coast and Northeast.
Winter Weather Forecast: Above Average Snow ReturnsWe believe above average snow will return to southern New England this winter.
NOAA Winter Weather Outlook For New England: Fairly AverageWhat can you take away from this forecast for New England?
Winter Weather Forecast: Milder, Wetter Than Average Says NOAATerry Eliasen thinks you can clearly infer that NOAA is forecasting a much more “tolerable” winter here than the last.
Eye On Weather: 2015 Winter ForecastWe are projecting snowfall as much as 10-20 inches above the average for much of the region. This equates to a range of 55-65 inches in Boston.