The hottest Independence Day in Boston was back in 1911 with a high temperature of 104°. Temperatures, thanks to the easterly wind may stay in the 80s.
Although heat continues across New England Wednesday, there are some subtle changes that make a difference
Today will feature hot, humid air, and thunderstorms. Another factor will be fog, which will be especially dense along the south coast Wednesday morning.
It was tough to stay cool in the Boston area Tuesday, but people managed to find ways.
With temperatures soaring into the 90s this week, it's important to check on the elderly who can be more prone to heat stress.
Highs will burst into the 90s regionwide on Tuesday, with even coastal communities sheltered from the heat.
Today should make five days in a row of 90 degrees or warmer in many parts of New England, as a multi-day heat wave continues much of this week.
Beyond the obvious of hot weather rolling on for New England, there are certainly some interesting and noteworthy features.
Temperatures Monday won’t be as hot along the coast.
First responders in Norwood, Mass. saw a number of heat-related problems on Sunday. Norwood was one of the hottest places in the state over the weekend, and the fire department spent most of their time...
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