Sunday, December 30, 2012
Boston was spared from heavy snowfall, but the city is covered in the white stuff this morning. Share your pics here.
Boston and Brookline were spared from the brunt of Saturday's fast-moving storm. The National Weather Service reported 2.2 inches of snow at Logan Airport, and had a ham radio operator report 3.8 inches in Dorchester. As of 8:30 a.m. Sunday, NSTAR reported a single customer without power in the city. Still, it's nice to see a blanket of snow across the city (until you have to go out side and clear out your car, that is). Are you out with a shovel this morning? Or are you taking in the picturesque scene from your window? Add your photos to this gallery and report how many inches of snow you found on your street. Adding pics is easy. Just click on the Upload button above to get started.
Friday, December 28, 2012
A second storm is headed to the area and could make driving hazardous on Saturday.
A second storm of the week is headed toward New England and will dump more snow onto the area on Saturday. 7News meteorologists are predicting Charlestown will get between 2 to 4 inches of snow in the storm that is expected to start on Saturday afternoon and spread into the early hours of Sunday. The good news is that snow removal shouldn’t be a backbreaking endeavour. CBSBoston’s Todd Gutner said the snow will be “dry and fluffy for most,” though he warned that driving could be hazardous at times on Saturday.
Wednesday, December 26, 2012
The large winter storm that dropped inches of snow in the South is headed for Boston, although no snow accumulation is expected in the city.
The large winter storm that dropped inches of snow in the South is now headed towards the northeast, although no snow accumulation is expected in Boston. According to the National Weather Service's latest forcast, several inches of snow are expected to fall in the western part of the state on Wednesday night, but with temperatures hovering around 40 degrees in Boston, the snow is expected to change over to rain or icy rain in the city. The National Weather Services has issued both a hazardous weather outlook and a high wind watch for the Boston area Wednesday night into Thursday. Winds heading northeast could reach 40 mph with gusts up to 55 mph, with potential to bring down power lines. "Winds of this magnitude could down trees and tree…
Sunday, October 30, 2011
Overhyped? Or Just About Right? What Did You Think About the Halloween Weekend Storm? Please tell us in the comments section below.
Did you lose power (Some 1,200 homes remain without power in Boston Sunday morning, according to the city's Alert Boston system.)? How were the roads last night? Do you think this early snowstorm in October is a sign of things to come? Please share your thoughts, experiences, and photos of the October storm, some are calling Snowtober.