• forecast Feb 11

    Subzero Wind Chills, More Snow on the Way This Weekend

    Light morning snow Thursday fell near the South Coast of New England, well north of the storm center that crossed the mid-Atlantic. It dropped anywhere from a coating on the Islands of Massachusetts to over two inches in far southwest Connecticut! There will be a couple more waves of low pressure – storm centers – traveling from the Tennessee River…

  • cold weather Jan 29

    MBTA: Watch for Icy Spots on Platforms

    With temperatures in the teens and wind chill values below zero, the MBTA is asking commuters to dress warm and allow for extra travel time.

  • 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…

  • Weather Jan 23

    This Winter's Coldest Front So Far Arrives in Time for the Weekend

    The coldest front of the winter so far is cruising from northwest to southeast across New England Friday evening and overnight. With it, we are tracking scattered rain and snow showers moving from the mountains and hills to the coast, most remaining scattered in nature. But locally, poor visibility and slippery conditions are possible just about anywhere through evening and...

  • Weather Jan 22

    Subzero Wind Chill for Some This Weekend

    We’re on the cusp of a mighty cold weekend – perhaps not cold by usual January standards in New England, but biting cold by THIS January’s standards in New England!  Canadian air spilling in on a northwest wind will hold temperatures shy of 30 degrees for most of the weekend, and that same steady northwest wind will suppress wind chill…

  • New England Dec 6, 2020

    Powerhouse Storm Departs New England, But Chill Will Stick Around

    The storm that strengthened into a powerhouse over the waters east of New England is trudging to the northeast Sunday, leaving snow showers behind in Maine and the northern mountains. But for most of New England, dry and colder air is taking over on a busy wind.  The wind won’t gust anything like the 70 to 90 mph blow we…

  • forecast Nov 24, 2020

    Wintry Chill Ahead of a Showery Thanksgiving

    The biggest weather feature Tuesday is the huge change in air! Many New Englanders walked out the door Tuesday morning to temperatures some 15 to 25 degrees colder than just 24 hours ago, as the powerful cold front responsible for torrential rain and vigorous thunderstorms and wind Monday cleared the way for a stiff breeze from the northwest all day…

  • Weather forecast Nov 18, 2020

    Brrr! Wintry Air Envelopes Region Wednesday, but Warm-Up Is Coming

    You first saw today’s cold forecast pop onto our exclusive First Alert 10-day at the start of last week – and the wintry chill has arrived to New England for a one-day stint Wednesday.  Cold temperatures and a biting breeze won’t relent from morning to evening, with the thermometer never reading higher than the middle 30s and wind chill...

  • forecast Nov 17, 2020

    Wintry Chill Makes Way to New England By Wednesday

    The winds of change are blowing across New England Tuesday. A cold front entering the region from the northwest will act as the leading edge to air responsible for early morning temperatures in the single digits in southern Ontario.  Although New England won’t get as cold as Ontario when the cold reaches its peak intensity on Wednesday, the signs...

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