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Simulated Radar For This Afternoon

Showers This Afternoon Into Tonight

A warm front pushed through the area last night, bringing a round of rain and sleet before pushing north of the area and allowing much milder air to spill into […]


Melting Ahead

A warm front will cross through New England tonight, accompanied by a band of rain (perhaps mixed with a touch of sleet and snow) during the first half of the […]

March Acting Like March For A Change

Couple of Days of Milder Weather

Arctic air over the region will shift seaward tonight as cold high pressure moves offshore and southwest winds take hold. The return flow of air will transport noticeably milder and […]

Cold Weather Dominates.

More Where This Came From

The same general weather pattern we’ve been dealing with for the better part of the last 2 months will remain in place for at least the next 2 weeks. As […]

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Satellite, Radar, Temps,

Cloudy, Cold Afternoon

Despite some filtered sunshine at times through midday…temperatures are only in the lower and middle 30s early Friday afternoon. The latest radar and satellite composite shows a shield of clouds […]

Solid Shield of Rain Over the Area

Ugly Day

Rain is overspreading the area and will persist through the remainder of Saturday. Temperatures in the upper 30s this morning will gradually tick into the 40s with time.

Simulated Radar Image For This Evening

Round One This Evening

The weekend snow will come in two main waves, one this evening and another tomorrow morning. Snow will blossom southwest of New England over the next few hours and shift […]

Friday Morning 7AM Temperatures

Frigid Day

Arctic air poured into the area overnight and will make for a brutally cold day today. Temperatures will be stuck in the 10s and northwest winds will create bitterly cold […]

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Courtesy NOAA

“Winter” in Alaska

It has been a topsy-turvy winter for much of the contiguous United States. The divide between record warmest and much below-average could not be any more stark. In the eastern […]

Courtesy NASA

Northern Lights

A very strong geomagnetic storm is in the process of impacting the Earth. The storm is rated as a “G4″, with a Kp index as high as 8 (quite impressive). […]

Cape Cod Covered in Snow, Locked In Ice. Original Image Courtesy NASA / MODIS

MODIS March 7th, 2015

Yesterday’s crystal clear blue skies yielded a perfect day for the MODIS (NASA’s “Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer”) imager on the Aqua satellite to capture a look at snow-covered Cape Cod. […]