High pressure that fed cool air in from Canada on Sunday and Monday is all done on Tuesday.
A classic October gray sky and cool air has a firm hold on New England for the holiday with a persistent northeast and east wind. Those winds are feeding cool air south from Canada while simultaneously...
As of late Monday morning, Tropical Storm Michael was upgraded to Hurricane Michael, with sustained (steady) wind blowing at 75 mph, surpassing the 74 mph threshold to reach hurricane classification.
A sharp front that brought us back to the reality of October late Sunday has now settled across Long Island Sound. We’ll sit on the cool side of that front Monday – but just for a day.
Other than a brief interruption on Monday, many of the next several days will be quite a bit milder than average.
Temperatures today will pop into the 70s for most, except in far Northern New England where...
Temperatures will continue to warm through the day on Sunday.
Sunshine will be limited to the morning and clouds will increase throughout the afternoon. Showers are possible during the afternoon and we might...
Crisp, dry fall is pushing into New England and bringing the sunshine back regionwide, even breaking up a deck of clouds that briefly developed over Eastern Massachusetts Friday morning.
A cold front crossed New England Thursday night, allowing temperatures to drop into the 30s and 40s this Friday morning in Northern New England
The National Weather Service investigated the cause of storm damage in Mansfield Tuesday and determined it was an EF0 tornado.
Autumn is known for temperature swings, and there will be no shortage of them coming up.
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