A gusty southerly wind will garner attention on Friday, before a cool weekend settles in across New England.
A warm front to the north Friday morning may generate showers for the first part of the day, but otherwise, we start off with a mix of sun and clouds, with temperatures in the 50s and 60s.
Friday marks 80 years since the hurricane of 1938 hit southern New England.
Cool weather continues on Thursday, with highs primarily in the 60s to near 70.
A warm start to September means it has been a somewhat slow start to foliage season in New England, but splashes of color are now showing up.
High pressure from Canada continued to push colder air into New England Wednesday night. You can expect some patchy fog with temperatures starting in the 50s and 40s Thursday morning.
The remains of what was once Hurricane Florence moved over New England into The Gulf Of Maine Tuesday. With the system, we saw widespread heavy rain and thunder, responsible for areas of flash flooding and even...
A soldier helped a stranger in Quincy, Massachusetts, during the peak of Tuesday's storm.
The remains of what was once Hurricane Florence are crossing New England Tuesday and it is responsible for areas of flash flooding and even a couple of spots of river flooding.
One last day of summer sun and warmth brought record high temperatures (i.e. 86 degrees Burlington, Vermont) to parts of Northern New England Monday, ahead of remnant moisture of Florence with torrential rain...
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