The system that will spawn the big East Coast storm is starting to affect our weather.
Monthly Archives: February 2018
Up to a to a foot of snow has fallen since yesterday — and more is on the way — causing major travel headaches.
This could be the strongest wind storm in the region in at least three years.
Balancing competing influences, we think the month should end up close to normal.
Coastal flooding is expected to be three to four feet above high tide levels on Friday and Saturday in parts of New England. Power outages could be widespread.
Mild weather sticks around today despite returning clouds. Looks like a wet one tomorrow.
Our time in the sun was brief, but the weather stays tranquil into tomorrow.
From their driving rain, heavy snow, howling winds and raging seas, these storms have left a big mark on the East Coast.
The “Beast from the East” strikes again.
We're predicting peak bloom around March 25.