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  • Weather Mar 27

    Delightful Weather Starts the Weekend

    For many, this is a much-needed weekend for rest and recuperation after an unsettling and stressful week. For others, the days continue to blend together from one to the next.  Either way, this weekend offers weather that will cater to those who want to be outside in fresh air, and those who need an excuse from nature to lay low...

  • forecast Mar 27

    Weather Forecast: Highs Around 60 Degrees

    Today: Early AM shower to sun. Highs 55-60.
    Friday Night: Clear, cool. Lows in the 30s.
    Saturday: AM sun to PM clouds. Night showers arrive. Highs in the 50s.
    Sunday: Periodic showers, mountain mix, cool. Highs 40s south, 30s north.

  • forecast Mar 26

    Spring Air Settles In, Snow Possible on Sunday

    A cool start was made chillier by the steady but light breeze blowing from the north, holding morning wind chill values in the 20s for most of New England.  As a dome of high pressure, or fair weather, builds over New England Thursday, the wind will go quiet for most, with a gentle sea breeze developing to hold afternoon...

  • Weather Mar 27

    Weather Forecast: Highs Around 60

    Thursday night: A passing shower, rain or snow shower further north, low in the 30s to low 40s. Friday: Becoming mostly sunny, high in the 50s to low 60s south, 40s to low 50s north.

  • forecast Mar 26

    Sun and Clouds for Thursday Afternoon

    Thursday: Sun and clouds. Highs around 50.
    Overnight Thursday: Clouds and passing light showers. Lows around 40.
    Friday: Early clouds and sprinkle to sun. Highs in the 50s.

  • Weather forecast Mar 25

    Mostly Dry With Warming Trend Next Few Days

    Skies are mostly clear toward the Canadian boarder, to our south, a storm center mostly misses, strengthening as it makes its closest pass, growing into a sizable storm too little too late for significant impact to New England, though a period of showers is possible Wednesday evening on the Cape and Islands. Drier air affords sunshine Thursday with temperatures either…

  • Weather Mar 26

    Weather Forecast: Highs Around 50

    Wednesday night: Showers end south, clearing late, low in the 30s. Thursday: Mostly sunny, high in the 40s to low 50s.

  • Weather Mar 25

    Forecast: Cloudy With Sprinkles

    Today (Wednesday): Cloudy with sprinkles. Highs in the 40s.
    Overnight Wednesday Night: A few early Cape showers, otherwise slow clearing. Lows in the 30s.
    Thursday: Clouds break early for fair sky. Highs in the 40s.

  • Mississippi Mar 25

    Reports of Damage, Minor Injuries After Tornado Hits Mississippi

    The National Weather Service confirmed a tornado touched down in Mississippi near the Alabama line overnight, causing damage to some structures and minor injuries.

  • Weather Mar 24

    Quick Melting of Spring Snow

    Many New Englanders woke up to fresh spring snow Tuesday morning, with two to four inches generally falling north and west of Boston, but as much as just over half a foot of heavy, wet snow in higher terrain of central Massachusetts into Southern New Hampshire.  As is typical of spring snow, melting will come fast on the heels...

  • Massachusetts Mar 25

    Weather Forecast: Highs in the 40s

    Tuesday night: Evening clearing, then more clouds late. Lows in the low to mid 30s. Wednesday: Cloudy with some afternoon sprinkles. Steadier showers possible on the Cape/Islands. Low to mid 40s. Thursday: Mostly cloudy. Some peeks of sun in the afternoon. Mid and upper 40s.

  • Massachusetts Mar 24

    Forecast: Sun Shines Through After A Surge of Snow

    Tuesday: Mostly sunny. Milder. Low to mid 50s Wednesday: Showers return. Some wet snow in the Worcester Hills. Low to mid 40s. Thursday. Mostly sunny. Upper 40s.

  • Weather Mar 24

    Forecast: As Rain Ends, Morning Will Be Picturesque

    Tuesday: Mostly sunny. Milder. Low to mid 50s
    Wednesday: Showers return. Some wet snow in the Worcester Hills. Low to mid 40s.
    Thursday. Mostly sunny. Upper 40s.

  • Weather Mar 23

    A Shot of Snow Headed for Interior New England

    Clouds will stay with New England through the day Monday, coupling with a cold start in the 20s to keep temperatures from rising much beyond 40 degrees.   This means when precipitation moves in during the afternoon from west to east — for many of us between 3 and 5 p.m. — we’ll see not only rain but also snow…

  • New England Mar 24

    Weather Forecast: Sunny and Mild Tuesday

    Monday night: Snow to rain. Tapering off after midnight. Lows in the 30s. Tuesday: Mostly sunny. Milder. Low to mid 50s Wednesday: Showers return. Some wet snow in the Worcester Hills. Low to mid 40s. Thursday. Mostly sunny. Upper 40s

  • forecast Mar 23

    Snow to Rain Monday Evening

    Monday evening: Snow to rain. Tapering off after midnight. Lows in the 30s.
    Tuesday: Mostly sunny and milder. Low to mid 50s
    Wednesday: Showers return. Some wet snow in the Worcester Hills. Low to mid 40s.

  • New England Mar 23

    Forecast: First Alert Has Snow in Our Future

    Monday: Turning cloudy with rain and snow developing. Highs in the upper 30s. Tuesday: Clearing. Mild. Highs in the mid 50s.

  • snow totals Mar 23

    How Much Snow Is Possible Monday?

    Temperatures Sunday were much colder than they were yesterday, but at least the sun was shining again. Clouds will increase Sunday night out ahead of our next storm system. It appears that snow will break out Monday afternoon away from the coast. Accumulations of snow may be significant (6”+).  Conditions will improve gradually late Monday night. Tuesday looks much warmer…

  • Weather Mar 23

    Forecast: Snow Monday

    Tonight: Clouds increase. Lows in the mid 20s.
    Monday: Turning cloudy with rain and snow developing. Highs in the upper 30s.
    Tuesday: Clearing. Mild. Highs in the mid 50s.

  • Weather Mar 22

    Forecast: Clouds Increase Tonight

    Tonight: Clouds increase. Lows in the mid 20s.
    Monday: Turning cloudy with rain and snow developing. Highs in the upper 30s.
    Tuesday: Clearing. Mild. Highs in the mid 50s.

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