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  • Weather forecast Jan 2

    Clear Weather Welcomes 2020

    Average highs should be in the upper 30s while average lows are in the low 20s across New England and our temperatures were pretty close this afternoon.  Although with a gusty west wind, it did feel cooler.  The breeze sticks around for tonight into Thursday, but won’t be as strong as today.  This evening will be mainly dry, with...

  • forecast Dec 31, 2019

    Wintry Mix Continues Into Tuesday

    A layer of cold air is found across western and central New England this evening, just like it has been around all day. This means along and north of the Massachusetts Turnpike we will continue to see icing and sleet, while along the Pike and south we can get a little mixing, but it will be mostly rain. The freezing…

  • forecast Dec 28, 2019

    Wintry Mix to Impact Parts of New England for End of Year

    We had a wintry mix across northern New England and icing across Maine, but this precipitation wraps up tonight. Southern New England saw a cloudy day with spotty sprinkles and mild temperatures with a gusty southwest wind. As we head into the weekend, the weather will cooperate for any holiday gift returns or travel. A breeze will stick around through…

  • forecast Dec 27, 2019

    Freezing Rain Prompts Icing Threat in Northern New England, Gusty Winds South

    A frontal boundary has stalled right across the region and this sets us up for a period of freezing rain and a wintry mix in northern New England Friday morning through early afternoon.  We have a First Alert for those areas due to the slick spots expected on the roads across northern Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.  The warm...

  • new england forecast Dec 26, 2019

    Temps to Briefly Cool Down Before Another Warm-Up in New England

    Our post-Christmas forecast will be very similar to the actual holiday with highs Thursday in the upper 30s to lower 40s. In the morning, there may be some patchy black ice again and spots of fog, but our thaw continues Thursday afternoon even with cooler air in place. The cloud cover will also decrease a bit by afternoon.  Warmer...

  • forecast Dec 25, 2019

    Chilly, Quiet Christmas Morning

    Temperatures fell to the 20s overnight, and the wind has diminished.  There are some slick spots early Wednesday morning due to some refreezing. We are waking up to chilly, but dry conditions. There will be no white Christmas this year in Boston since all the snow melted away earlier this week.  Our weather pattern continues to be calm and...

  • Massachusetts Dec 2, 2019

    Second Round of Serious Snow to Slam New England Tonight, Tuesday

    A light wintry mix continues across southern New England with a few snow bursts in western New England. The freezing line is right between Boston and Route 128, and it will remain there until after the evening commute. We flip to snow from west to east across all of New England before midnight and through the predawn hours on Tuesday....

  • Mar 8, 2019

    Region to Be Clipped With Snow, Wintry Mix This Weekend

    We have another bitter cold morning, but at least we start our warming trend Friday afternoon. Our wind direction changes, ushering in milder temperatures from the southwest. Highs reach the mid to upper 30s under a mostly clear sky. A weak low-pressure system passes to our south as a coastal storm, but other than a few clouds across the south...

  • Mar 6, 2019

    Chilly Temperatures Ahead of Scattered Weekend Snow Showers

    We are in the middle of a cold spell across the northeast, and that means another bitterly cold night as lows dip into the single digits, teens south, and below zero across the North Country. Wind chill values will be around zero for much of the night and for Thursday morning. High temperatures will stay cold in the afternoon, 20s...

  • Mar 6, 2019

    Arctic Front Keeping Our Temps Cool and Crisp

    An arctic front reinforces our cold air and that means our highs will only be in the mid-20s Wednesday. With the west, northwest wind, wind chills will be in the single-digits even as we hit our high temps for the day. A cool pool of air aloft will keep snow squalls and flurries in on Wednesday afternoon. Light and quick...

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