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  • forecast Jan 14

    Chance for Significant Snow in New England This Weekend

    A couple of weak waves of energy are rippling along a boundary that is stalled in New England, generating a few snowflakes and raindrops this week. There’s very cold air in southeastern Canada versus very warm air south of New England, and the front from Sunday night has stalled. Each one of these energy centers can generate some rain...

  • forecast Jan 10

    Freezing Rain Poses Threat of Power Outages in Northern New England This Weekend

    Temperatures cooled dramatically Thursday evening but started to rise shortly after midnight as we got onto the warmer side of a high-pressure system. These temps will continue to rise Friday all the way to near 50 degrees in southern New England as a warm front bisects the region. We are not all dry; there are a few areas with some…

  • forecast Jan 9

    Gusty Winds Creating Coldest Morning So Far in 2020

    For the second time this year, no areas in New England are getting snow. What we have instead is the coldest morning so far in 2020. Strong low-pressure well to our northeast, combined with strong high pressure to our west, is resulting in gusty wind, with temperatures only in the single numbers and teens north, teens and 20s south to…

  • forecast Jan 7

    Burst of Snow Expected in Parts of New England

    Although we start Tuesday morning dry for most of New England, some roads in northern New England will remain a bit slick due to the snow showers from Monday night. Tuesday, we have a weak area of high-pressure and several hours of sunshine before dual low-pressure systems cross during the night and on Wednesday. Temperatures will be starting off Tuesday…

  • forecast Dec 25, 2019

    Brief Mix to Interrupt Dry Stretch of Weather

    Our Christmas present is quiet weather for Wednesday. Santa also had a good amount of snow to work with, as more than half of New England is having a white Christmas. Though to call it snow is a stretch — it’s more like hard pack ice out in the shady area of the backyard. We have a mixture of sun…

  • forecast Dec 20, 2019

    Bitter Cold Remains Amid Dry Conditions

    A powerful high-pressure system that brought us the coldest morning of the season Thursday, is doing it once again on Friday. But this time, we have less wind. The temperature on the thermometer is similar to start off the day near 0 degrees north in 10 to 15 degrees south, but the wind chill factor is not as bad because…

  • forecast Dec 19, 2019

    FIRST ALERT: Subzero Wind Chills Creating Biting Cold

    We wake again to more patches of ice from the off and on snow of the last few days and the refreeze — what a refreeze it is Thursday! Wednesday night, we had a new push of air – and snow squalls – from central Canada that is whipping in Thursday morning with temperatures bottoming out in the single numbers…

  • Weather Dec 18, 2019

    Cold, Dry Pattern Settles In Across New England

    The weather system that caused yesterday’s wintry mix has finally pushed off shore. But we have a layer cake of snow, ice, and freezing rain that remains in most of our driveways and sidewalks to start our Wednesday. Word from some of the hardware stores is that more ice-melt has been sold more already this season than all of...

  • Mar 1, 2019

    March Starts Like a Lion in Southern New England With Snowy Weekend

    The parade of storms off the Pacific ocean continues. Canada is wall-to-wall cool and the jetstream continues bringing one disturbance after another across the lower 48 to the east coast. Friday, we get a day off. Weak high-pressure with seasonable weather, plenty of sunshine north, and many clouds south. Maybe a little light snow near the Connecticut coast. High temperature...

  • Feb 28, 2019

    Snow Heading Out to Sea, Will Reveal Sunshine for Most

    Winter weather advisories are expiring early Thursday morning. A bit of less cold air is coming in for the next couple of days. A general 2-to-5 inches of snow fell overnight, some higher amounts at a few of the ski resorts. And for a change, there was no mix with sleet or freezing rain.

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