Monthly Archives: October 2017

Trick-or-treat plans go off without a hitch. Tomorrow's not quite as nice.

The house floats on the Baker River in Warren, N.H. And then comes a bridge.

One town got pummeled with softball-size stones; the other buried under five feet of pellets. Here's how that happened.

The odds favor at least one more storm this season.

Once the sun goes down the temperature is going to drop rapidly.

If you like sunny, classic autumn weather, today is your day as tomorrow shifts back to cooler, cloudier conditions with showers.

  • Matt Rogers
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  • Oct 31, 2017
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There are no weather worries around here in the near future. Just grab a sweater!

The current concentration is the same as 3 to 5 million years ago, when "the Greenland and West Antarctic ice sheets melted and even some of the East Antarctic ice was lost."

Several inches of snow was reported from northern Georgia to southwestern Pennsylvania.

  • John Hopewell
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  • Oct 30, 2017
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Wind gusts surpassed 80 mph in coastal New England. 40-50 mph gusts scraped the D.C. area.

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