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New Storm System Takes Aim At Region As Unsettled Weather Pattern Arrives New Storm System Takes Aim At Region As Unsettled Weather Pattern Arrives
New Storm System Takes Aim At Region As Unsettled Weather Pattern Arrives A days-long unsettled weather pattern will include a new storm system on track for the middle of the week. Ahead of the arrival of the storm, mild temps in the low to mid-50s will linger on Monday, March 4, with mostly cloudy skies, according to the National Weather Service. Tuesday, March 5 will be cloudy and breezy with rain at times. About a half-inch of rainfall is possible and wind gusts could reach 20 miles per hour. Tuesday's high temperature will be around 50 degrees. The new storm system will arrive on Wednesday afternoon, March 6. Rain will be heavy at times, especial…
Winter's Last Blast? Snow Chance Will Follow Warmup, Unsettled Stretch: Long-Range Outlook Winter's Last Blast? Snow Chance Will Follow Warmup, Unsettled Stretch: Long-Range Outlook
Winter's Last Blast? Snow Chance Will Follow Warmup, Unsettled Stretch: Long-Range Outlook A dramatic change in the weather pattern marked by a rise in temperatures during an unsettled stretch with frequent chances for rain will be followed by what could be the final snow chance of the winter of 2023-24. Click here for a new, updated story - New Storm System Takes Aim At Region As Unsettled Weather Pattern Arrives Mild temps in the low to mid-50s will linger on Monday, March 4, with more clouds than sun. More unsettled weather will return Tuesday, March 5 with rain likely during the day and again at night. About three-quarters to an inch of rainfall is possible. Tuesday'…
Blockbuster Hurricane Season Could Be Coming: 'Serious, Growing Concerns,' Says Forecaster Blockbuster Hurricane Season Could Be Coming: 'Serious, Growing Concerns,' Says Forecaster
Blockbuster Hurricane Season Could Be Coming: 'Serious, Growing Concerns,' Says Forecaster The return of La Niña and historically warm water across the Atlantic Ocean have some forecasters sounding the alarm about what could be a super-charged 2024 hurricane season. Those two factors will set the groundwork for a potentially blockbuster season, and there are already “serious and growing concerns," AccuWeather Chief Meteorologist Jonathan Porter said. The season runs from Saturday, June 1 through Saturday, Nov. 30.  La Niña typically leads to more tropical storms and hurricanes in the Atlantic due to reduced wind shear, or disruptive winds high in the atmosphere. "The …
Snowfall Map: Here's How Accumulation Amounts In These MA Spots Compare To Normal Winters Snowfall Map: Here's How Accumulation Amounts In These MA Spots Compare To Normal Winters
Snowfall Map: Here's How Accumulation Amounts In These MA Spots Compare To Normal Winters Most locations in the region have seen more snowfall than last winter, but only one location in the Northeast has exceeded the seasonal average, according to new data. "Now reaching the back stretch of the winter season, current snowfall totals across not only our area, but a large portion of the East remains below the seasonal averages," according the US National Weather Service Eastern Region Headquarters. In the first image above, areas in red have seen the most snowfall through Sunday, Feb. 18 while locations in white and sky blue have seen the least. A comparison of snowfall tota…
Lower Updated Snow Totals For Mass; Gov. Healey Says Residents Should Prepare Emergency Kits Lower Updated Snow Totals For Mass; Gov. Healey Says Residents Should Prepare Emergency Kits
Lower Updated Snow Totals For Mass; Gov. Healey Says Residents Should Prepare Emergency Kits The National Weather Service said the winter storm expected to batter much of the Northeast on Tuesday, Feb. 13, has taken a "southward shift," which could mean less snow for Massachusetts. Gov. Maura Healey has asked residents to prepare and take precautions anyway.  According to the latest prediction models, the northwestern portion of the state is now expected to receive to up 3 inches of snow, with a band running from the west through Springfield and up to Lawrence getting as much as 6 inches, according to forecasters. Worcester and Boston could receive 6 to 8 inches. …
Forecast Map: These Areas Have Highest Chance Of Seeing Snow During Pre-Valentine's Day Storm Forecast Map: These Areas Have Highest Chance Of Seeing Snow During Pre-Valentine's Day Storm
Forecast Map: These Areas Have Highest Chance Of Seeing Snow During Pre-Valentine's Day Storm A brand-new forecast map has been released indicating the areas in the Northeast with the highest chance of seeing snowfall during an anticipated winter storm just before Valentine's Day. The time frame for the storm is Monday, Feb. 12 into Tuesday, Feb. 13. Click here for a new, updated story - First Snowfall Projections Released For Pre-Valentine's Day Winter Storm In the image above from AccuWeather.com, areas in the darkest shades have the highest probability of seeing snowfall, with a 60 to 80 percent chance in those spots marked in purple, 40 to 60 percent chance in areas in red…
'Dust Off Your Snow Shovels': Here's Latest On Pre-Valentine's Day Storm Taking Aim At Region 'Dust Off Your Snow Shovels': Here's Latest On Pre-Valentine's Day Storm Taking Aim At Region
'Dust Off Your Snow Shovels': Here's Latest On Pre-Valentine's Day Storm Taking Aim At Region An upcoming stretch of unseasonably warm temperatures will be followed by the potential for a pre-Valentine's Day winter storm early next week. Click here for a new, updated story - First Snowfall Projections Released For Pre-Valentine's Day Winter Storm "It may be time to dust off your snow shovels as a flip in the weather pattern could send a snowstorm over parts of the Midwest and Northeast just days after a spell of unusual warmth," according to AccuWeather.com. The system could start a "back to reality" shift to a weather pattern more typical of February. "While the Janua…
Here's When To Expect Stormy Pattern In Weeks Ahead, New Long-Range Outlook Says Here's When To Expect Stormy Pattern In Weeks Ahead, New Long-Range Outlook Says
Here's When To Expect Stormy Pattern In Weeks Ahead, New Long-Range Outlook Says Punxsutawney Phil is about to return to his perch in Pennsylvania to decide whether there will be six more weeks of winter or an early spring.  But why wait until Groundhog Day on Friday morning, Feb. 2? AccuWeather.com released its 2024 US spring forecast late Wednesday, Jan. 31. Meteorological spring starts Friday, March 1, followed by the astronomical start on the equinox on Tuesday, March 19, and the long-range outlook calls for the possibility of storms leading into those dates. "It could come in like a lion in the East," AccuWeather Veteran Meteorologist and Long-Rang…
Here Are Snowfall Totals For Major Winter Storm That Dumped 18 Inches In Parts Of Massachusetts Here Are Snowfall Totals For Major Winter Storm That Dumped 18 Inches In Parts Of Massachusetts
Here Are Snowfall Totals For Major Winter Storm That Dumped 18 Inches In Parts Of Massachusetts A massive winter storm slammed Massachusetts and other parts of the Northeast over the weekend on Saturday, Jan. 6, and Sunday, Jan. 7, with Tyngsboro in Middlesex County getting the most snow in the state followed by Ashburnham in Worcester -- with each getting around 18 inches of accumulation. Here are the totals from snow reports throughout the state, according to the National Weather Service: Barnstable County 2 SSW Mashpee 1.0 in 0521 PM 01/07 Amateur Radio 1 NNW Truro 1.0 in 0639 PM 01/07 Public 2 S Yarmouth 1.0 in 0636 P…
Nor'easter Nears: Here's When To Expect Storm To Arrive, Latest Snowfall Projections Nor'easter Nears: Here's When To Expect Storm To Arrive, Latest Snowfall Projections
Nor'easter Nears: Here's When To Expect Storm To Arrive, Latest Snowfall Projections A complex, massive coast-to-coast winter storm now nearing the region will bring widespread moderate to heavy snow across interior New York and throughout New England and a mix of rain, sleet, and snow along coastal areas. The system is expected to arrive in the Northeast beginning in western areas at around nightfall on Saturday, Jan. 6 before moving out Sunday afternoon, Jan. 7. (For storm arrival times, see the first image above from AccuWeather.com.) Areas in the darkest shade of blue could in the second image above see between 12 and 18 inches of snowfall, with 6 to 12 inches poss…
Weekend Nor'easter Will Be First Of 2 Coast-To-Coast Storms In Span Of Days: Here's Latest Weekend Nor'easter Will Be First Of 2 Coast-To-Coast Storms In Span Of Days: Here's Latest
Weekend Nor'easter Will Be First Of 2 Coast-To-Coast Storms In Span Of Days: Here's Latest The new year is starting with a bang weather-wise as back-to-back coast-to-coast storms are due to move through the Northeast in the span of a few days. Click here for a new, updated story - Projected Snowfall Totals Increase As Nor'easter Nears: These Spots Could See 18 Inches The time frame for the first system, a massive Nor'easter, is from late in the day Saturday, Jan. 6 into Sunday, Jan. 7, according to the National Weather Service. It has the potential to drop a foot or more of snow in areas farthest inland and a widespread 3 to 6 inches in most areas farther off the coast. The…
Updated Snow Predictions Show How Much Snow Coming To Western Mass This Weekend Updated Snow Predictions Show How Much Snow Coming To Western Mass This Weekend
Updated Snow Predictions Show How Much Snow Coming To Western Mass This Weekend The National Weather Service says Bay Staters should prepare to be blanketed by snow this weekend. As much as a foot is forecast to fall for most of Massachusetts on Sunday, Jan. 7.  On Thursday, the National Weather Service in Boston said a cold front moving into the region Thursday night and Friday is setting the stage for high winds and cold temperatures north of I-95. That precipitation will likely come in the form of snow — a lot of it.  A winter storm watch is in effect from Saturday evening through Sunday night. Heavy snow accumulations of 8-12 inches is possible north a…
Parts of Massachusetts Could See Up To Foot Of Snow As Major Storm Heads For Northeast Parts of Massachusetts Could See Up To Foot Of Snow As Major Storm Heads For Northeast
Parts of Massachusetts Could See Up To Foot Of Snow As Major Storm Heads For Northeast The first projected snowfall totals have been released for a potent coast-to-coast winter storm expected to hit the Northeast midway through the weekend. Click here for a new, updated story - Projected Snowfall Totals Increase As Nor'easter Nears: These Spots Could See 18 Inches Snowfall is expected to begin overnight Saturday, Jan. 6 into Sunday, Jan. 7, according to the National Weather Service. Areas in the darker shade in the image above from AccuWeather.com are expected to see between 6 and 12 inches of snowfall, including parts of upstate New York, northern Connecticut and areas…
Dense Fog Over Mass Looks Like Straight Out Of Horror Flick Dense Fog Over Mass Looks Like Straight Out Of Horror Flick
Dense Fog Over Mass Looks Like Straight Out Of Horror Flick A dense fog swallowed Boston on Tuesday, Dec. 26, and made the city look like a scene from, well, “The Fog,” but also “The Mist” by Stephen King. Eastern as well as Central and Western Mass continued to receive warnings about the dense fog shortly after 3 p.m. The National Weather Service said in a special weather statement: “Visibilities are expected to drop into the one-half to 2 mile range in many locations, although some areas may experience visibilities of one-quarter mile or less. A Dense Fog Advisory may be issued if visibilities drop to one-quarter mile or less across a large port…
Christmas Eve Day Forecast Changes: Here's When Massachusetts Could See Some Snow Christmas Eve Day Forecast Changes: Here's When Massachusetts Could See Some Snow
Christmas Eve Day Forecast Changes: Here's When Massachusetts Could See Some Snow While the chances for a White Christmas remain unchanged, there's a new wrinkle in the outlook for Christmas Eve Day. Click here for a new, updated story: Surprise Pre-Christmas System Will Bring Mix Of Rain, Sleet, Snow To Northeast Earlier long-range forecasts called for dry conditions in the days before Monday, Dec. 25. But now, there's a window for a chance of showers for most of the Northeast starting shortly after midnight on Sunday, Dec. 24, and continuing into the early afternoon on Christmas Eve Day, which will be mostly cloudy with a high temperature in the mid-40s. But overni…
Post-Thanksgiving Storm Strengthens As It Heads Toward Northeast Post-Thanksgiving Storm Strengthens As It Heads Toward Northeast
Post-Thanksgiving Storm Strengthens As It Heads Toward Northeast A coastal storm intensifying in the mid-Atlantic will bring widespread rain with sleet and snow in some interior locations in the Northeast at the tail end of Thanksgiving weekend, affecting travel. The time frame for the system is late Sunday afternoon, Nov. 26 into the early morning hours of Monday, Nov. 27, according to the National Weather Service. "On Sunday, rain will mainly be confined to eastern Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware before spreading into New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and New York by Sunday night," according to AccuWeather.com. "By Monday, rain will primarily focus acros…
Forecasters Eyeing Potential Tropical System As End Of Hurricane Season Nears Forecasters Eyeing Potential Tropical System As End Of Hurricane Season Nears
Forecasters Eyeing Potential Tropical System As End Of Hurricane Season Nears With just one week remaining in the 2023 hurricane system, forecasters are monitoring a system that could form in the Atlantic. It's located in the central subtropical Atlantic. "This system could become a subtropical or tropical storm late this week or over the weekend," the National Hurricane Center said in a statement issued early Thanksgiving morning, Thursday, Nov. 23.  No matter what happens with the system, the 2023 hurricane season, which began on Thursday, June 1, and ends on Thursday, Nov. 30, will have a higher number of named storms compared to the historica…
Stormy Start To Thanksgiving Eve Will Be Followed By Change In Weather Pattern: 5-Day Forecast Stormy Start To Thanksgiving Eve Will Be Followed By Change In Weather Pattern: 5-Day Forecast
Stormy Start To Thanksgiving Eve Will Be Followed By Change In Weather Pattern: 5-Day Forecast A potent Thanksgiving Eve storm packed with heavy rains and gusty winds is causing flooding and travel delays as it moves toward the east before a big change in the weather pattern arrives just in time for Turkey Day. "Some roads and low-lying properties including parking lots, parks, lawns, and homes and businesses with basements near the waterfront will experience minor flooding," the National Weather Service said in a Hazardous Weather Outlook statement issued early Wednesday morning, Nov. 22. "Motorists from northern Pennsylvania to interior Maine may encounter …
El Niño Now Forming Could Be 'Historically Strong': What It Means For Snowfall This Winter El Niño Now Forming Could Be 'Historically Strong': What It Means For Snowfall This Winter
El Niño Now Forming Could Be 'Historically Strong': What It Means For Snowfall This Winter An El Niño that is now forming could be "historically strong," according to forecasters. There is a 35 percent chance of it becoming "historically strong" for the November-January season, according to a brand-new update from the National Weather Service's Climate Prediction Center. El Niño events, which usually form every three to four years, are triggered by warmer surface water in the equatorial Pacific Ocean, with warmer water leading to stronger El Niños. The last time there was a "super" El Niño was 2015-2016. Traditionally, "super" El Niños have caused floods, fatal fires, and m…
Taurid Meteor Shower Peaks This Weekend: Best Places To See Falling Stars Taurid Meteor Shower Peaks This Weekend: Best Places To See Falling Stars
Taurid Meteor Shower Peaks This Weekend: Best Places To See Falling Stars If you're looking to wish upon a shooting star, this is the weekend to do it. The Northern Taurid — the second half of the Taurid Meteor Shower — peaks on Saturday, Nov. 11 and Sunday, Nov. 12, according to Space.com. "These showers produce infrequent, slow and long-lasting meteors associated with comet Encke, a small comet with a nucleus measuring approximately 2.98 miles (4.8 km) in diameter," the website says. Taurid meteors, or "Halloween Fireballs," are visible from anywhere on Earth, except for the South Pole.  "The best time to look for Taurids is after midnight, when Taurus i…
'Wide Range Of Possibilities' For Hurricane Tammy: Here's What To Know Now 'Wide Range Of Possibilities' For Hurricane Tammy: Here's What To Know Now
'Wide Range Of Possibilities' For Hurricane Tammy: Here's What To Know Now As newly formed Hurricane Tammy heads north, forecasters say it will take a few days to determine its long-term path. As of Monday afternoon, Oct. 23, Tammy, a Category 1 storm, is located in the eastern Caribbean, north of Anguilla. It's expected to affect the islands of Bermuda late this week. (See the image above.) "There is a wide range of possibilities of where Tammy could go," AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist and Lead Hurricane Forecaster Dan Kottlowski said. Tammy is the 19th named storm of the 2023 Atlantic hurricane season, including seven hurricanes. The Atlantic hurricane …
Winter 2023-24 Forecast Released By NOAA National Weather Service Winter 2023-24 Forecast Released By NOAA National Weather Service
Winter 2023-24 Forecast Released By NOAA National Weather Service The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's National Weather Service has just released its outlook for the winter of 2023-24.El Niño is in place heading into winter for the first time in four years, driving the outlook for warmer-than-average temperatures for the northern tier of the continental United States, according to NOAA’s US. Winter Outlook, which was released on Thursday, Oct. 19 by NOAA's Climate Prediction Center — a division of the National Weather Service.  At the same time, the forecast says much of the Northeast has a 40 to 50 percent chance of above-normal…
Potential 'Full-Fledged' Nor'easter Could Hit Region: Here's What Forecasters Are Saying Now Potential 'Full-Fledged' Nor'easter Could Hit Region: Here's What Forecasters Are Saying Now
Potential 'Full-Fledged' Nor'easter Could Hit Region: Here's What Forecasters Are Saying Now One day of each weekend in the last six weeks has seen rain or showers. Get ready to make it seven in a row. But this weekend, that stormy pattern may kick it up a notch. Click here for a new, updated story: Chances Increase For Nor'easter Packed With Soaking Rain, Strong Winds: Here's Latest That's because forecasters are eyeing the chance for a significant storm along the East Coast that has the potential to become "a full-fledged Nor’easter, which will bring soaking rain and strong winds," according to AccuWeather.com. The current projected possible time frame for the storm is …
Change In Weather Pattern Follows Coast-To-Coast Storm System: 5-Day Forecast Change In Weather Pattern Follows Coast-To-Coast Storm System: 5-Day Forecast
Change In Weather Pattern Follows Coast-To-Coast Storm System: 5-Day Forecast A massive coast-to-coast storm system that overspread most of the Northeast in the first half of the weekend will bring a change in the weather pattern. The system brought about a drop in temperatures with overnight lows dipping into the mid and low 40s and a stretch of dry days is in now in the forecast, according to the National Weather Service. The high temperature on Sunday, Oct. 15 will generally reach the upper 50s with a mix of sun and clouds. It will be partly cloudy on Monday, Oct. 16 with a high temperature in the upper 50s. Tuesday, Oct. 17 will be partly sunny with a…
Flash Flood Risk: Cold Front To Run Into Philippe, Bringing Heavy Downpours, Scattered Storms Flash Flood Risk: Cold Front To Run Into Philippe, Bringing Heavy Downpours, Scattered Storms
Flash Flood Risk: Cold Front To Run Into Philippe, Bringing Heavy Downpours, Scattered Storms A powerful cold front approaching from the west has triggered widespread rainfall that will collide with post-tropical cyclone Philippe, leading to the potential for flash flooding in parts of the Northeast. Scattered to numerous drenching downpours and embedded thunderstorms will become widespread on Saturday morning, Oct. 7, and last into the late afternoon or early evening, according to the National Weather Service. A Flood Watch is in effect for much of the region until 8 p.m. Saturday. "Some of the flooding could be locally significant," the National Weather Service said in a Hazardou…
Cold Front Will Collide With Tropical Storm Philippe: Here's Timing, Projected Rainfall Totals Cold Front Will Collide With Tropical Storm Philippe: Here's Timing, Projected Rainfall Totals
Cold Front Will Collide With Tropical Storm Philippe: Here's Timing, Projected Rainfall Totals A powerful cold front accompanied by a complex storm system will run into the remnants of Tropical Storm Philippe to pelt the Northeast with heavy rain that could cause flash flooding. Some areas in the region could see up to 4 inches of rainfall from overnight Friday, Oct. 6 through the day on Saturday, Oct. 7. "A strong cold front will bring the potential for heavy rain showers and embedded thunderstorm activity late tonight," the National Weather Service said in a Hazardous Weather Statement issued early Friday morning, Oct. 6. "Due to saturated soil conditions and high st…
New Flash Flood Risk: Complex Storm System Could Dump Several Inches Of Rainfall New Flash Flood Risk: Complex Storm System Could Dump Several Inches Of Rainfall
New Flash Flood Risk: Complex Storm System Could Dump Several Inches Of Rainfall A complex storm system accompanying a strong cold front could bring up to 4 inches of rainfall to parts of the Northeast leading to a new threat of flash flooding. Ahead of the arrival of the system, it will be dry on Thursday, Oct. 5, with skies gradually becoming sunny after morning fog, according to the National Weather Service. The high temperature will be in the low to  mid-70s. Clouds will increase on Friday, Oct. 6 with more patchy morning fog and a chance of showers and drizzle throughout the day. The high temperature will be around 70 degrees. Showers will be more widesp…
'Get Your Snow Shovels Ready': AccuWeather Releases Winter Outlook 'Get Your Snow Shovels Ready': AccuWeather Releases Winter Outlook
'Get Your Snow Shovels Ready': AccuWeather Releases Winter Outlook Forecasters for AccuWeather have released their projections for the winter of 2023-24. Senior Meteorologist Paul Pastelok and his team are saying it's shaping up to be much different than last winter, especially across the central and eastern United States, and one month may leave the biggest impression. "February can be an active and intense month," Pastelok said. One of the driving forces this winter will be the strengthening El Niño, which will play a significant role in the weather across the United States throughout the entire winter season.  Earlier report - 'Super'…
New Projected Path Takes Tropical Storm Philippe's Cone Into New England New Projected Path Takes Tropical Storm Philippe's Cone Into New England
New Projected Path Takes Tropical Storm Philippe's Cone Into New England Tropical Storm Philippe is expected to track north off the East Coast with its forecast cone approaching the coastline of parts of northern New England. As of Wednesday morning, Oct. 4, the center of Tropical Storm Philippe is about 110 miles north-northwest of the Virginia Islands.  The storm is packed with 45 mph winds with higher gusts. Tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 150 miles from the center. It's moving toward the northwest at around 9 miles per hour.  A turn toward the north-northwest is forecast later Monday, followed by a faster motio…
Dry Stretch Will Be Followed By Storm System, Change In Weather Pattern: 5-Day Forecast Dry Stretch Will Be Followed By Storm System, Change In Weather Pattern: 5-Day Forecast
Dry Stretch Will Be Followed By Storm System, Change In Weather Pattern: 5-Day Forecast A summerlike stretch of warm, dry days will be followed by the arrival of a storm system bringing showers and periods of rain, leading to a change in the weather pattern. Wednesday, Oct. 4 will be clear with the hottest temperatures of the week as highs will reach the low 80s. It will remain dry on Thursday, Oct. 5, and temperatures won't be quite as warm, with the high in the mid-70s. Clouds will increase on Friday, Oct. 6 with patchy morning fog and a chance of showers and drizzle throughout the day. The high temperature will be in the low 70s. Showers will be more widespread with perio…
Smoke From Canadian Wildfires Causing Hazy Skies In Much Of Northeast Smoke From Canadian Wildfires Causing Hazy Skies In Much Of Northeast
Smoke From Canadian Wildfires Causing Hazy Skies In Much Of Northeast The forecast calls for mostly sunny skies on Monday, Oct. 2, but smoke from Canadian wildfires has spread across much of the Northeast, resulting in hazy conditions from New York through Connecticut into Massachusetts. Temperatures will be in the 70s, with a light north wind, according to the National Weather Service. "The northerly winds will bring some smoke from the Canadian wildfires back into the region today," the weather service noted. "The smoke is expected to remain above the surface, resulting in some hazy conditions, especially later this morning or afternoon." Visit airnow.gov…