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  • forecast Mar 5

    Windy Wednesday But More Warmth Ahead

    Powerful winds are gusting 40-50 mph at times today, taking down a few trees and knocking out power in some towns. Those winds will stay gusty right into this evening, before slowly dialing down tonight. As the wind slowly relaxes, a weak system will scrape by far southern New England with a few spot showers overnight. Lows will be in…

  • First Alert Weather Feb 29

    Chilly Last Weekend of February, Warmer Next Week

    A gusty west wind continues to bring in chilly air this weekend, with temperatures holding in the 20s and 30s for most spots under a mixture of sun and clouds. A few snow showers and flurries are also moving across New England today. Those snow showers will mark the arrival of some colder air tonight into tomorrow. Overnight, as skies…

  • New England weather Feb 28

    Snow North, Sun South With Gusty, Chilly Wind

    A gusty west wind continues to blow across New England, carrying with it some lake effect snow showers. Those lake effect snow bands, formed when chilly air flows over the warmer, unfrozen Great Lakes, are dumping feet of snow in parts of New York. Every once and a while parts of the bands are making it all the way into…

  • forecast Feb 27

    Spring-Like Storm to Bring Rain, Snow and Wind to Parts of New England

    A spring-like storm arrives in New England tonight, bringing heavy rain, pasty snow and powerful winds to different parts of New England. Things will still be quiet this evening, with lots of clouds and pockets of mist and drizzle. Expect a few flurries in northern New England where it’s a little chillier. Temperatures will hold in the 30s and...

  • weekend weather Feb 22

    Get Ready for Spring-Like Weekend Across New England

    A chilly end to the week will be turned into a spring-like weekend across New England as temperatures climb. It will still be chilly tonight, with lows in the teens and 20s. There will be a nice view of Venus, which will look like a bright start this evening. Highs on Saturday will be in the 30s in Northern New…

  • forecast Feb 21

    February Feel Before Spring-Like Weekend

    Chilly air remains locked in place across New England today, with daytime temperatures held in the 20s and 30s. A few lake effect snow flurries are reaching us, too, blowing all the way across New York from the Great Lakes. Tonight will be cold again, with mostly clear skies. Lows by morning will drop to either side of zero in…

  • forecast Feb 20

    Gusty Wind Brings in Chilly Air

    Strong winds continue to bring in cooler air today, setting us up for a wintry end to the week. Overnight the winds will dial back a bit, but gusts 20-30 mph will still be common. With a mostly clear sky expect lows in the teens and 20s in southern New England, with single digits and teens in northern New England….

  • Weather Feb 15

    Frigid Start to Holiday Weekend

    The long holiday weekend is off to a frigid start, with the coldest air of the season settling in across New England Saturday morning. Lows dropped as low as 30 below zero in Northern Maine, with single digits above zero common around Boston. For the rest of the weekend though, temperatures will rebound. By Saturday afternoon we’ll enjoy 20s to…

  • forecast Feb 14

    Nice Weekend Follows Cold Valentine's Day

    Some of the coldest air of the winter is seeping out of Canada and into New England this Valentine’s Day. Daytime highs will stay stuck in the single digits across far northern New England, with 20s in southern New England. A gusty northwest wind will make it feel even colder. The wind settles down tonight and skies stay clear,...

  • forecast Feb 13

    Coldest Air of Winter Arrives for Valentine's Day

    The messy mixture of rain and snow is leaving New England this afternoon, but a blast of cold air arrives in its wake. Light rain and snow showers will continue off and on during the afternoon before skies partially clear and we dry out tonight. Temperatures will dip into the single digits above and below zero across northern New England…

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