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  • Weather 4 hours ago

    Calm Sunday Ahead for New England

    After a widespread half inch to inch of rain on Saturday night, conditions will be improving. Skies will clear out this morning and temperatures will return to the mid and upper 40s. We’re expecting a dry stretch of weather. Temperatures will cool into the mid 30s midweek, but gradually warm once again by the end of the week. Next...

  • weather new england Jan 12

    Boston Hits 70 Degrees in January as Spring-Like Warmth Blooms in New England

    A spring-like day is ahead of New England, with high temperatures in record territory for many cities and towns.

  • Rising seas Jan 25

    Climate Change in New England: Can We Adjust, and How?

    Climate change isn’t only a problem for future generations. It’s here, it’s happening right now and it’s everyone’s problem. NBC10 Boston Meteorologist Chris Gloninger is diving deep into the impact of climate change here at home with his weekly reports on the crisis. What does climate change look like for New England? How is it impacting us? And how...

  • Mar 4, 2019

    Snow Recap: Why Did We See So Much Overnight?

    Although Vernal Equinox is only 16 days away, meteorological spring started on March 1st. Even though Spring is right around the corner, Boston recorded its greatest snowfall of the 2018-2019 season during this storm. To date (before this most recent snowfall), Logan Airport is 18.6 inches below normal for the season. As of this blog post, Logan Airport has recorded...

  • Feb 17, 2019

    Snow Is Coming to New England Overnight

    Get ready for some snow – this time in central and southern New England. Today will also be quiet. Temperatures will reach the low to mid-30s and we’ll see a good amount of sunshine. Clouds increase tonight with snow developing after midnight.

  • Feb 14, 2019

    Mild Weather Perfect for Valentine’s Day, Snow Chance Next Week

    A lovely Valentine’s Day is coming up for Thursday. Temperatures won’t be as mild as they were on Wednesday, but we will see a lot of sunshine and less wind.

  • Feb 13, 2019

    Slushy Roads Early Morning, Weekend Showers to Look Forward to

    If you don’t feel like shoveling, Mother Nature will take care of most of the work for you! Any precipitation will continue to taper off throughout the morning. We aren’t worried about any black ice with this kind of set up in most areas. Temperatures have been gradually increasing since Tuesday night.

  • Feb 12, 2019

    Snow Developing Midday Will Affect Evening Commute

    You won’t have any problems getting into work or school Tuesday morning, despite the expected snow showers. Clouds will increase and thicken throughout the morning. Snow will develop from southwest to northeast throughout the late morning and early afternoon. The intensity of the snow will increase quickly and the heaviest snow looks to fall during this evenings commute.

  • Feb 11, 2019

    FIRST ALERT: Upcoming Snow to Coincide With Tuesday Evening Commute

    Another dry, chilly day is coming up Monday. Clouds will increase during the afternoon and evening. Overnight, clouds will continue to be filling and thicken. Most of New England will be dry through the night.

  • Feb 10, 2019

    Sunny, Seasonable Sunday

    A sunny seasonable Sunday on the way. With less wind than Saturday, it won’t feel too cold outside.

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