• Weather 46 mins ago

    Snow to the North and West, Rain in Southern New England This Weekend

    Cold and dry air firmly in place Friday has delivered bright sun and a light wind, but temperatures will struggle to hit 40 degrees at the warmest time of the day.  Nonetheless, without the wind of Thursday, the air may actually feel the same or a bit warmer to most of us Friday afternoon, leading into a night that starts…

  • Weather Feb 25

    Several Chances for Rain, Snow in New England in the Week to Come

    After starting out Wednesday with ample sunshine and milder temperatures, clouds were moving in ahead of the next disturbance, one that will bring a new chance for snow and snow squalls in northern New England by dinnertime. There’s quite a bit of instability along the boundary, with some light raindrops south of the Lakes Region. There looks to be...

  • Weather Feb 24

    Wednesday Warm-up, With More Chances for Snow Later in the Week

    We are in a February thaw, as most of New England stayed above freezing Tuesday night, making this the warmest sunny morning since December. Though clouds are on the increase Wednesday afternoon, it remains mild with temperatures close to 50 degrees in southern New England. It’s not too bad in northern New England either, with temperatures in the 40s for...

  • Weather Feb 23

    Who's Ready for Some Warmer Weather?

    Even though our temperature is on the rise and the snowpack is shrinking in a lot of places, it is still cold enough for snow in the hills of western and northern New England. Just as quickly as Monday’s system raced away, another one is passing by on Tuesday afternoon. It’s nowhere near as strong as Monday, but there...

  • First Alert Weather Feb 22

    Snow and Rain Monday, Bigger Storm Possible This Weekend?

    A fast moving low pressure system is bringing a wintry mix to New England on Monday afternoon and evening Snow is developing rapidly in the hills of northwestern Connecticut, western Massachusetts and most of Vermont early this afternoon. Snow will come down moderate to heavily for a couple of hours as it moves swiftly across New Hampshire and Maine through…

  • forecast Feb 21

    Quick-Hitting Storm Monday Brings Rain to Boston, Snow North

    We’ll trade an active week for a relatively quiet one. It’s colder today, but the day will be filled with sunshine and the winds won’t be as strong as they were on Saturday. A quick-hitting storm system will arrive on Monday. It’s possible that parts of southern New England could see a burst of snow before a quick change...

  • snow Feb 19

    Weather Forecast: Snow Throughout the Weekend

    This Evening: Occasional snow. Temps around 30. Overnight Friday Night: Snow breaks into snow showers, generally 1″-3″ new snow. Lows in the 20s, 10s north. Saturday: AM snow shower, otherwise clouds & limited sun. Highs 30-35. Sunday: Sunny. Highs 30-35.

  • First Alert Weather Feb 15

    Messy Winter Weather This Week, Including Icy Mix Tonight

    A slow-moving frontal system with multiple storm centers rippling along it over the past several days has left a path of destruction behind: multi-vehicle crashes in Fort Worth, TX, Friday, Nashville, TN, Saturday, Oklahoma City Sunday and from Alabama to Pennsylvania Monday morning.  New England finds ourselves in the cross-hairs of this system Monday evening into Tuesday.  Most of...

  • First Alert Weather Feb 15

    Tuesday Storm Could Bring Up to Half an Inch of Ice, Difficult Travel Conditions

    An extreme winter pattern continues across most of the United States. There is an incredible extent of winter storm warnings, record cold temperatures and dangerous wind chills all the way down to the border from the Pacific to the Atlantic, and from Canada to Mexico. Yet, here in New England, we have a fairly quiet Sunday. Consider it our...

  • First Alert Weather Feb 14

    Forecast: Parade of Storms Travels Toward Region

    Today: Mostly cloudy, high in the 30s, light wind.
    Tonight: Mostly cloudy, low in the 20s.
    Tomorrow: Cloudy, snow showers likely, mixed with rain south. High in the 30s.

  • First Alert Weather Feb 13

    Double Blast of Snow, Sleet, Freezing Rain Expected Next Week

    Enjoy the quiet weather this weekend, because big changes are on the way next week as multiple systems launch a wintry mix across New England. Friday night, the clouds increase and the breeze relaxes. Lows will be similar to last night, below zero far north and in the single digits and teens everywhere else. A little less wind means the…

  • First Alert Weather Feb 5

    Forecast: Rain Showers Friday, Snow Likely This Weekend

    This Evening: Rain showers taper. Temps in the 40s, 30s north. Overnight Friday Night: Clearing. Lows in the 20s. Saturday: Chance early AM flurry, then sun. Highs around 40. Sunday: Snow likely moves in, heaviest south. Highs in the 30s.

  • Weather Feb 4

    Another Icy Night, But Sunshine's Coming Thursday

    The nor’easter that dropped feet of snow on some parts of New England slowly pulls away from us as we head into Thursday.  This evening, a few snow showers or flurries linger across the northeast, along with cloud cover.  Overnight in the North Country, some areas will see scattered coatings up to 3 inches of snowfall from those showers. Lows...

  • Weather Feb 3

    Next Chance for Snow on Sunday in New England

    It has been snowing somewhere in New England since Sunday night, day three of a waning nor’easter. We are not expecting too much significant weather Wednesday, but there is some more splash over at high tide with the seas still churning on Wednesday afternoon. We also have some scattered snow showers with the upper level low now crossing New...

  • First Alert Weather Feb 2

    Snow, Wintry Mix Continues Overnight After Daylong Winter Storm

    Snow continues to fall for some across the state overnight while others saw a wintry mix Monday night after a storm that saw snow accumulations of more than a foot in many towns. The storm was officially a blizzard in Waterbury and Bridgeport, which means the areas saw wind gusts of at least 35 mph with visibility at or under…

  • First Alert Weather Jan 31

    TIMELINE: Track the 3-Day Winter Storm Approaching New England

    A major winter storm that could span three days is headed for New England, and could drop as much as two feet of snow on some areas of the region. Here’s a look at the timeline for the storm, which is expected to arrive on Monday, as well as how much snow we could see. Click here for the...
  • First Alert Weather Jan 31

    First Alert Weather: Major Nor'easter Bearing Down on New England

    An expansive winter storm now impacting the area from Chicago to Washington, D.C., will engulf New England on Monday and last until Wednesday. It is the same storm that dropped eight feet of snow on Mammoth Mountain in California Tuesday through Thursday. Here in New England, we are in the coldest outbreak since probably January 2018, as the low temperature...

  • First Alert Weather Jan 31

    First Alert: Multi-Day Nor'easter Bringing Heavy Snow to Region Monday Into Tuesday

    A pretty — but pretty cold — weekend will be followed by a multi-day nor’easter. Low temperatures will remain in the single digits again this morning in Southeastern New England, making it the first back-to-back single-digit days since Jan. 30 and Jan. 31, 2019. But at least the wind is relaxing as we warm up to close to 20 degrees…

  • First Alert Weather Jan 28

    First Alert in Effect for Friday Cold, Monday-Tuesday Snowstorm

    The atmosphere is in flux over New England, and that almost always means things get interesting.  Pockets of mostly light snow persisting from overnight Wednesday night through Thursday morning delivered slick local and secondary roads, but even as snow continues to fly off and on Thursday, temperatures near freezing will limit additional accumulation except perhaps in a couple of localized…

  • First Alert Weather Jan 27

    Arctic Chill Friday, Snowstorm Expected to Impact Region Early Next Week

    It wasn’t a lot of snow by New England standards, but the general two to four inch snow – with locally higher amounts – dropped enough to result in accidents on New England roads and highways through Wednesday morning.  As the temperature Wednesday rises, the number of slick spots falls, leading to vastly improved road conditions even as pockets of…

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