Yesterday was the wettest day for most of New England in a couple of months.
A batch of torrential rain continues to slide through New England Thursday morning.
A well organized low-pressure system is pushing a swath of rain across New England Thursday morning.
An area of high pressure east of New England will provide fair weather and seasonable temperatures across the region Wednesday.
High pressure easing east of New England allows for limited sunshine Wednesday as temperatures warm to the lower 80s, a little cooler at the south-facing shore with the wind from 15 to 20 mph. Clouds increasing...
With comfortably low humidity, sunshine and warm air during the day, cool and clear at night, and a near full strawberry moon, this is possibly the best kind of weather we can ask for in New England.
That wet, low pressure system that arrived in New England Saturday is strengthening as it pulls away from New England this morning
High pressure moves in across New England Monday as a cold front that brought a round of damaging storms to eastern Massachusetts overnight pushes offshore.
Lightning is suspected to be the cause of a 2-alarm fire that charred the roof of a Nahant, Massachusetts home early Monday.
Showers will be possible Monday through the early afternoon.
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