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  • Thunderstorms expected this afternoon

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    The two most important fuels to thunderstorm development are 1. heat and 2. moisture. Today, we have both of those, setting us up for a few isolated hit-or-miss storms this afternoon. First, temperatures have already clearly signaled at climbing past 80 inland at noontime. With dew points (the amount of moisture in the atmosphere) in the middle 60s right now, that's pretty uncomfortable and certainly qualifies as a humid day.
  • Dry Sunday, but thunderstorm threat Monday

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Today, a lovely finish to the weekend with highs climbing towards 70 and plenty of sunshine! Coastal communities will stay cooler, just in the low to middle 60s because of the breezy south wind. However, pleasant for all to finish off the week. Mainly dry too, besides a few isolated showers that should clear after noontime. If you do happen to encounter some rain this mid-morning through early afternoon, know that it will pass very quickly. Sun will be on the flip side for the rest of the day.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    There have been strong thunderstorms in the Mid Atlantic States and into Central and Northern New England during Sunday in a warm and humid Summer-like air mass. However, with the more stable marine air across Southern New England, that will diminish the severity of the first line of storms that decay overnight as they push through the region. Monday will be warmer and more humid here, so the next round in advance of the actual cold front Monday late afternoon will fire up again.
  • Let the Sun Shine!

    ...- Kelly Bates, Storm Team 10
    Hello Gorgeous! This beautiful Saturday is brought to us by a dome of high pressure taking up residence over New England. We will get to enjoy a light breeze and high temperatures climbing into the lower-70s. Sunday will be cloudier but mainly dry. A warm front will come through late in the day and showers are possible, but Sunday will be mainly a dry and pleasant one with highs once again in the lower-70s.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    Low Dew Point Temperatures started the weekend Saturday, making the air feel dry and comfortable. However, a Warm Front, the leading edge of warmer more humid air, will be pushing through Sunday morning, and you'll notice it by the afternoon. The 'Dew Point Temperature' is the temperature at which 'dew' happens, or the temperature at which 100% humidity is reached.
  • Turning up the heat this weekend, next week

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Hey, who turned up the heat? It may be hard to believe that above average temperatures are upon us for the weekend and beyond after all the cool and rainy weather. But as we head into the weekend, we're tracking a few days of upper 60s and low 70s! Even further, we could be making a run for 80 degrees by Monday. After a couple warm days, many New Englanders will be saying, "looks like we skipped spring and went right into summer!
  • It's been how long since a completely dry weekend?!

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    We're slowly but surely nearing the weekend, and we are shooting for a completely dry one with lots of sunshine and temperatures in the 70's! While this all sounds great, we could really use the break from rain. Both Thursday and Friday leading up to the weekend have the slight chance for a shower, so we look forward to ending the wet pattern with dry and warm weekend days. It's not just this week that has been rainy, though.
  • The eastern Pacific hurricane season begins today

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    While not a major story for those of us in southern New England, there's a good chance that the eastern Pacific will be a hot topic this upcoming summer. The eastern Pacific's hurricane season officially begins May 15, two weeks earlier than the Atlantic hurricane season. This year, because of the El Nino global pattern, there is a good chance the Pacific will see more action than the Atlantic. Good news for us, not so good news for Hawaii.
  • How much has it really rained this spring?

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    This may not be a total shocker, but it's rained a lot this spring. In fact, we have broken some records, and we are NOT done yet. The spring months of March through May have been exceptionally wet this year, and with the month of May only half over, there is still plenty of time to continue accruing rain totals. March was a fairly typical, even slightly below average month in terms of precipitation. But April is when it really got out of hand.
  • Tracking showers tonight, Tuesday

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Yes, you probably could have guessed it by now. More rain on the way this afternoon through Tuesday will be a big one, so get ready for the cooler, wetter stretch of weather to continue into the middle of May. Tonight through Tuesday, plan for slow commutes because of the rain. We get into the heavy stuff right around 5-7 p. m. Late Monday night, showers will be steady.. png.
  • Back into the Rain

    ...- Kelly Bates, Storm Team 10
    The unsettled pattern has returned to Southern New England. Showers will become steadier and locally heavier rain this afternoon and wind down tonight. Monday will be cloudy with rain holding off until mid-afternoon. Once the rain begins after 3pm Monday, it will become heavy at times and the winds will become gusty. We could see a few power outages as winds gust to 30 mph and we have full foliage on the trees. Showers persist into Tuesday as does some wind.

  • ...- Robert Heim
    The calendar says 'mid-May' but it feels more like 'mid-March' in Southern New England! For perspective, on this date in 2001, the record high temperature was 90 degrees. Sunday, it was nearly 50 degrees colder, with afternoon temperatures in the low 40's! The system responsible for the dreary Mother's Day exits overnight.
  • Weekend Outlook Mother's Day Edition

    ...- Kelly Bates, Storm Team 10
    With lots of sunshine and pleasant temperatures, Saturday is definitely the pick of the weekend! High pressure is building in with a pleasant northwesterly wind and temperatures topping out in the upper-60s right down to the coast. Clouds move in tonight and Mother’s Day looks cloudy. Showers are also possible, although mainly in the afternoon and evening. The unsettled trend continues through midweek and will be accompanied by a drop in temps.
  • Will Mother Nature be kind on Mother's Day?

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    This weekend isn't just any weekend. It's the ONE weekend a year that we get to designate special time for the mothers and mom-figures in our lives. So we're going to get perfect weather from Mother Nature, right? Well..... sort of. Saturday is near-perfect for this time of the year in the northeast. But Sunday ends up being a little bit cooler and below average with the chance of showers. As of right now, we are calling Sunday a mostly cloudy day with the chance of afternoon showers.
  • This day in history: May 9, 1977 snowstorm

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Do you remember it? It's been 42 years to the date since we saw the latest snowfall in New England in recorded history. From May 9 to May 10, 1977, a foot of snow fell in northwestern Rhode Island up to Boston, and 2-4 inches in Bristol County. According to StormTeam10's data records, 7 inches of snow fell in Providence on May 9, starting out as rain, and transitioning to heavy, wet snow for the rest of the day. Providence made the final changeover to rain on the 10th in the morning.
  • Thunderstorms expected this afternoon

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    The two most important fuels to thunderstorm development are 1. heat and 2. moisture. Today, we have both of those, setting us up for a few isolated hit-or-miss storms this afternoon. First, temperatures have already clearly signaled at climbing past 80 inland at noontime. With dew points (the amount of moisture in the atmosphere) in the middle 60s right now, that's pretty uncomfortable and certainly qualifies as a humid day.
  • Dry Sunday, but thunderstorm threat Monday

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Today, a lovely finish to the weekend with highs climbing towards 70 and plenty of sunshine! Coastal communities will stay cooler, just in the low to middle 60s because of the breezy south wind. However, pleasant for all to finish off the week. Mainly dry too, besides a few isolated showers that should clear after noontime. If you do happen to encounter some rain this mid-morning through early afternoon, know that it will pass very quickly. Sun will be on the flip side for the rest of the day.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    There have been strong thunderstorms in the Mid Atlantic States and into Central and Northern New England during Sunday in a warm and humid Summer-like air mass. However, with the more stable marine air across Southern New England, that will diminish the severity of the first line of storms that decay overnight as they push through the region. Monday will be warmer and more humid here, so the next round in advance of the actual cold front Monday late afternoon will fire up again.
  • Let the Sun Shine!

    ...- Kelly Bates, Storm Team 10
    Hello Gorgeous! This beautiful Saturday is brought to us by a dome of high pressure taking up residence over New England. We will get to enjoy a light breeze and high temperatures climbing into the lower-70s. Sunday will be cloudier but mainly dry. A warm front will come through late in the day and showers are possible, but Sunday will be mainly a dry and pleasant one with highs once again in the lower-70s.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    Low Dew Point Temperatures started the weekend Saturday, making the air feel dry and comfortable. However, a Warm Front, the leading edge of warmer more humid air, will be pushing through Sunday morning, and you'll notice it by the afternoon. The 'Dew Point Temperature' is the temperature at which 'dew' happens, or the temperature at which 100% humidity is reached.
  • Turning up the heat this weekend, next week

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Hey, who turned up the heat? It may be hard to believe that above average temperatures are upon us for the weekend and beyond after all the cool and rainy weather. But as we head into the weekend, we're tracking a few days of upper 60s and low 70s! Even further, we could be making a run for 80 degrees by Monday. After a couple warm days, many New Englanders will be saying, "looks like we skipped spring and went right into summer!
  • It's been how long since a completely dry weekend?!

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    We're slowly but surely nearing the weekend, and we are shooting for a completely dry one with lots of sunshine and temperatures in the 70's! While this all sounds great, we could really use the break from rain. Both Thursday and Friday leading up to the weekend have the slight chance for a shower, so we look forward to ending the wet pattern with dry and warm weekend days. It's not just this week that has been rainy, though.
  • The eastern Pacific hurricane season begins today

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    While not a major story for those of us in southern New England, there's a good chance that the eastern Pacific will be a hot topic this upcoming summer. The eastern Pacific's hurricane season officially begins May 15, two weeks earlier than the Atlantic hurricane season. This year, because of the El Nino global pattern, there is a good chance the Pacific will see more action than the Atlantic. Good news for us, not so good news for Hawaii.
  • How much has it really rained this spring?

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    This may not be a total shocker, but it's rained a lot this spring. In fact, we have broken some records, and we are NOT done yet. The spring months of March through May have been exceptionally wet this year, and with the month of May only half over, there is still plenty of time to continue accruing rain totals. March was a fairly typical, even slightly below average month in terms of precipitation. But April is when it really got out of hand.
  • Tracking showers tonight, Tuesday

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Yes, you probably could have guessed it by now. More rain on the way this afternoon through Tuesday will be a big one, so get ready for the cooler, wetter stretch of weather to continue into the middle of May. Tonight through Tuesday, plan for slow commutes because of the rain. We get into the heavy stuff right around 5-7 p. m. Late Monday night, showers will be steady.. png.
  • Back into the Rain

    ...- Kelly Bates, Storm Team 10
    The unsettled pattern has returned to Southern New England. Showers will become steadier and locally heavier rain this afternoon and wind down tonight. Monday will be cloudy with rain holding off until mid-afternoon. Once the rain begins after 3pm Monday, it will become heavy at times and the winds will become gusty. We could see a few power outages as winds gust to 30 mph and we have full foliage on the trees. Showers persist into Tuesday as does some wind.

  • ...- Robert Heim
    The calendar says 'mid-May' but it feels more like 'mid-March' in Southern New England! For perspective, on this date in 2001, the record high temperature was 90 degrees. Sunday, it was nearly 50 degrees colder, with afternoon temperatures in the low 40's! The system responsible for the dreary Mother's Day exits overnight.
  • Weekend Outlook Mother's Day Edition

    ...- Kelly Bates, Storm Team 10
    With lots of sunshine and pleasant temperatures, Saturday is definitely the pick of the weekend! High pressure is building in with a pleasant northwesterly wind and temperatures topping out in the upper-60s right down to the coast. Clouds move in tonight and Mother’s Day looks cloudy. Showers are also possible, although mainly in the afternoon and evening. The unsettled trend continues through midweek and will be accompanied by a drop in temps.
  • Will Mother Nature be kind on Mother's Day?

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    This weekend isn't just any weekend. It's the ONE weekend a year that we get to designate special time for the mothers and mom-figures in our lives. So we're going to get perfect weather from Mother Nature, right? Well..... sort of. Saturday is near-perfect for this time of the year in the northeast. But Sunday ends up being a little bit cooler and below average with the chance of showers. As of right now, we are calling Sunday a mostly cloudy day with the chance of afternoon showers.
  • This day in history: May 9, 1977 snowstorm

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Do you remember it? It's been 42 years to the date since we saw the latest snowfall in New England in recorded history. From May 9 to May 10, 1977, a foot of snow fell in northwestern Rhode Island up to Boston, and 2-4 inches in Bristol County. According to StormTeam10's data records, 7 inches of snow fell in Providence on May 9, starting out as rain, and transitioning to heavy, wet snow for the rest of the day. Providence made the final changeover to rain on the 10th in the morning.
  • Providence ranks one of the worst cities to live with allergies

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Need a tissue? You're not alone. Studies suggest more than 20 million people in the United States suffer from seasonal allergies. It's ranked as the sixth most common chronic illness. And this won't make you feel any better. Apparently, living in Rhode Island makes it worse. According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, Providence is ranked the sixth worst city to live in if you suffer from spring allergies.
  • 5 ways to protect against ticks

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    The weather is finally turning nicer and drier, so it's becoming the ideal time for people to head outdoors. Hikers have noticed an uptick in ticks since early spring because of the early last frost and lots of rain. But now more adventure seekers are headed into the great outdoors with their kids, pets, family, and friends, and need to be weary of the booming tick population this year. Here are 5 ways to protect yourself and your family against ticks this year. 1.
  • Another seasonable day on tap

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    It doesn't get much better than this, folks! At least for mid-spring, temperatures before noon into the 60s with little humidity is GREAT. Today, another spectacular day as temperatures climb into the upper 60s with just fair weather clouds on deck. Wednesday and Thursday Temperature Outlook. png. While we unfortunately don't get to keep the seasonable weather into Thursday and Friday, staying slightly below the 60s for two days, this week we've seen quite the improvement.
  • When will the sun return? Today!

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Yes, it's true! Get ready to get your Vitamin D fix Monday and Tuesday, as skies begin to clear and the sun finally makes a reappearance. As of Monday mid-morning, clouds are struggling to push offshore, but improving sunny skies are on the horizon. Today, temperatures still fall short of average, but at least we'll be back into the 60s for the day! Bus Stop Forecast for Monday. png.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    A broken record, a skipping CD? Five of the first five days of May have featured clouds and/or measurable rain, but that's coming to an end, at least for a little while, as the system responsible for the dreariness slips into the Atlantic. Skies clear from west to east Monday, with temperatures in the 60's, except cooler 50's towards the Cape and Islands on a northeast flow of air off the chilly North Atlantic Ocean.
  • One More Day

    ...- Kelly Bates, Storm Team 10
    Yet more rain will finish out the weekend in Southern New England. Sunday will be cloudy and chilly with rain and patchy fog and highs in the low 50s. Rainfall totals today are expected from half to three-quarters of an inch by tonight. Monday will start with lingering clouds and we will eventually get into sunshine for the afternoon. At least the day will be dry.

  • ...- R.J. HEIM, STORM TEAM 10
    So far, the first 4 days of May were either cloudy or mostly cloudy, with measurable rainfall each day. That follows an April that brought only 8 sunny days out of 30 days in the month! Sunday, May 5th, is no different. More rain adds to the persistent streak of wet weather. However, once that system departs, Monday should bring a nice sunny Spring day. Temperatures will be coolest closest to the NE flow of air in eastern Massachusetts.
  • Sunshine in Sight

    ...- Kelly Bates, Storm Team 10
    The unsettled weather continues on this weekend. Saturday is shaping up to be cloudy with a chance of a shower as a front is draped over Southern New England. There is also a slightest chance of a thunderstorm early afternoon as well. Sunday Morning Rain. Clouds hold on tonight and rain will likely develop early Sunday. Rain by Sunday Nigh. This is due to a cold front that will bring rain through Sunday. High pressure Mon-Tue. The dreary pattern looks to break for Monday and Tuesday!
  • An early look at your Mother's Day forecast

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    It's still a full weekend away, but it's never too early to think about how you'll spend the day with mom! Mother's Day weekend is May 11 and 12, 2019. Although a long way out from now, the mid-May weekend is looking nice! Long term forecasts suggest Mother's Day weekend will be rain-free until Sunday night, with highs in the low to mid 60s - seasonable and sunny.
  • U.S. drought monitor reaches lowest level on record

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    This month's national drought monitor data has been released, showing the lowest amount of area suffering from drought the country has seen in records dating back to 2000. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the Department of Agriculture partner to release the drought monitor index, which shows low, moderate, and highly afflicted areas suffering from drought each month. The final weeks of April 2019 heading into May show that 88.
  • Here's why today's sun angle matters

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    It may not feel like it after the damp, dreary, and cooler week we've been having, but we are heading into the warmest months of the year. Despite the below average high temperatures recently, our solar angle, or sun angle, is getting close to the highest it gets all year in Providence. That means that we are getting near the full amount of solar radiation (read: heat from the sun) in the coming weeks. Let me explain.
  • Tropical Cyclone Fani prompts largest evacuation in India's history

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Nearly 11 million residents of India are being evacuated as Tropical Cyclone Fani bears down on the country. The storm is expected to make landfall Friday near northeast India and Bengal. When Fani makes landfall, it will be equivalent to a category 4 hurricane. National Weather Service Forecast Warning. PNG. So far, 3. 3 million residents have been evacuated, with more than 7 million more expected to be cleared within the next 24 hours, according to the Odisha government.
  • Check out this timelapse of Thursday morning's fog

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Early morning risers might have noticed dense fog reducing driving visibility this morning. It's since lifted and cleared out, but check out this stunning video of fog over New Bedford this morning!
  • Is it time to plant yet? Your garden guide to soil temperature

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Put those green thumbs back in your gloves! Well.... for now. Many are itching to get out into the garden, but doing so in early May for some could be picking before you sow. Here's why. Sensitive plants are still in danger of frost into early May. While this doesn't ring true every single year, it's a good rule of (green) thumb to live by if you're a gardener in the northeast. On average, the last frost in the Providence area is April 15.
  • Get ready for more rain

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Coming off a record-breaking wet April, we start May off the same way. Get ready for wet weather, and some clouds, in the short-term forecast. As of Wednesday afternoon, clouds have fully taken over. An approaching system is to blame for increasing clouds and rain moving in late tonight. Although we stay cloudy today, rain should hold off until late tonight, right on either side of midnight. Spot showers late Wednesday and early Thursday. png.
  • A brief dry spell before more rain

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    After early morning showers Tuesday, we're off to a dry afternoon, and we'll get to ring in May 1st with some dry skies, too. Tuesday night partly cloudy skies. png. Weak high pressure slides in for Tuesday and part of Wednesday. The good news: we won't see rain for about 24 hours! The bad news: it comes back Wednesday night. Despite high pressure being in control for Wednesday, we remain cloudy for a good portion of the day.
  • A rollercoaster weather week

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Each day (actually multiple times a day) the National Weather Service Boston issues us forecast discussions based on their latest thinking on upcoming weather. Today, they really hit the nail on the head. Rain, rain, rain. We don't have it today, but we'll have multiple chances this week to see showers. Here's the lowdown. Monday: Really one of the best days of the week, if not THE best. We've got high pressure in place and lots of mostly clear skies.
  • It's "Smell the Breezes" Day

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    It's a beautiful spring day in southern New England, and for some, it's even a holiday to celebrate nice weather. April 29, 2019 is Sham el-Nessim, an Egyptian national holiday that directly translates to "smell the breezes" day. Egyptians use the day to get outdoors as much as possible -- taking lunch breaks outside or packing a picnic, walking around parks, visiting zoos, and biking to work.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    With the storm system responsible for the Sunday afternoon rain now having cleared the area, starry skies, dry air, and low Dew Point Temperatures suggest the outlying areas may experience air temperatures near freezing. As a result, a Frost Advisory away from the cities. After that, it will be a beautiful Monday with temps a little cooler than average. Clouds increase late afternoon, with more rain showers expected overnight into Tuesday morning.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    More than 2 inches of rain fell in parts of Southern New England Friday night into Saturday morning that has led to some minor flooding along some of the rivers. We're getting a brief break in the action until more rain arrives Sunday midday, ending in the evening, from a fast moving storm system that has been bringing snow to parts of the Great Lakes!
  • April Showers Impact Local Rivers

    ...- Kelly Riley
    We are in a record-breaking rainy April. So far, we have had 19 days in April of more than . 01 inch of rainfall, breaking the old record of 17 days in April from 1912. April rainfall totals so far. This weekend, we will continue to add to the record with isolated showers in the forecast for both Saturday and Sunday afternoons.
  • April rainfall sets new record

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    It’s not your imagination. It’s been tricky month finding a dry day to mow the lawn. In fact, this year’s April showers are record-breaking. According to monthly data, April 2019 has seen the most frequent rain in history. 18 days out of the month so far we have seen more than a trace of rain in the Providence area. This beats the previous record of 17 days set back in both 1953 and 1912. The average number of days we see rainfall throughout the month of April is 11.
  • Local Boston sports forecast looks calm, cool

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    It's really tough being a Boston sports fan. And I'm not just saying that as a biased New Englander. I mean, what team do we choose to watch tonight? The Bruins or the Red Sox, who both play at around 7 p. m.? Then, what do we do at 8 p. m. when the NFL draft kicks off? (The Patriots are #32 by the way). Unfortunately I'm a horrible decision maker and can't help you there. BUT I can help with your evening forecast!
  • Pine tree pollen on the rise

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    We already know pollen is running rampant, as told by our yellow-coated cars and an increase of the sniffles. But one of the most potent allergens has yet to come to fruition, and it will strike soon. Pine tree pollen typically reaches its peak right at the end of April and through the months of May and June in the northeast. Pine trees typically begin releasing pollen after a certain number of days that reach 55 degrees or higher.
  • Storms headed to Paris signal trouble for Notre Dame Cathedral

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    One week after a fire at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris that destroyed much of the historic building, the threat of heavy rain doing more damage to the structure looms. According to the chief architect of the cathedral restoration project, Philippe Villeneuve, mountain climbers have been hired to lay tarp over the 850-year-old building in an attempt to protect it from the storms. "The highest priority is to protect the cathedral from the coming rain," Villeneuve said.
  • Quick showers overnight, then dry midweek

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    We are thankfully almost done with wet weather for the week.... good news after a very soggy 24 hours! We have another round of showers tonight while most of us are sleeping, then we're in the clear with sunshine for a few days. Here's my breakdown. Tuesday night: We actually see some breaks of sunshine Tuesday throughout the day as a thick cloud shield begins to push off the coast. Before the sun goes down, expect some blue skies.
  • 5 easy ways to celebrate Earth Day

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Let’s be real: we should always love our planet, but this “holiday” gives us a reason to put in a little extra effort to go green, and perhaps encourage others to do so as well. Earth Day is celebrated on April 22nd this year, and it’s a good time to make some goals to be environmentally conscious for the next 364 days. It’s easier than you think to be kind to the planet. Here’s some ways you can do it and start today. 1. Start up a recycling routine at home or at work.
  • Showers, thunder for evening commute

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Happy Monday and happy Earth Day! We woke up to some very dense fog, and that isn't the only hazard we're dealing with today. Showers -- heavy at times -- work in by the noontime hour and beyond. This could impact your evening commute. Here's what you can expect today: Few spot showers early. Heavier rain 12 p. m. on. Rain through the evening commute 4-6 p. m. The chance for embedded thunderstorms through the late afternoon and early evening.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    It certainly won't be raining all the time this week, but it will be a week that lives up to the old adage about 'April showers bring May flowers. ' A series of Low Pressure 'waves', ripples in the atmosphere, like when you drop a pebble in a pond, will continue to cartwheel across Southern New England now through Wednesday morning. Monday should start off mostly rain-free, only to give way to bouts of rain showers, some of which could be heavy at times, in the afternoon and evening.
  • Unsettled Weather Trend

    ...- Kelly Bates, Storm Team 10
    Happy Easter! Lots of clouds, scattered showers and patchy fog start off Sunday but as we finish out the morning, showers are expected to shut ease off and we could get into some breaks of sunshine. The fog rolls back in tonight and will start off Monday. Clouds will stick around Monday with a chance of occasioanlly heavy showers developing in the afternoon. The unsettled weather continues through Tuesday with showers that will be locally heavy.
  • Holiday Weekend Detailed Forecast

    ...- Kelly Bates, Storm Team 10
    The holiday weekend is shaping up to be unsettled. Showers will be heavy at times Saturday through Sunday morning with a chance of thunderstorms. We will also experience patchy and locally genes fog as well as gusty winds. Wind gusts will be near 30 mph at times. Rainfall today will likely top an inch, especially in areas of thunderstorms. At least it will be warm with highs in the mid to even upper 60s, provided we see breaks of sunshine.
  • Peregrine falcon camera reveals 4 new eggs

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    It's back! The peregrine falcon live stream camera atop a prominent building in Providence is back up and running. Viewers can check out the birds and their soon-to-be newborns once again. The live camera, put in place by Peter Green of the Providence Raptors, was replaced in early April and now fans from around the world can check out the birds. The new, high quality live feed atop the Superman Building streams 24 hours a day for people to watch the falcons in their natural habitat. peregrine.
  • A wet and windy start to the weekend

    ...- Christina Erne
    The good news: not a washout of a weekend. The bad news: it starts out a little wet and rather unpleasant. Here's the lowdown. Showers tonight become more numerous, cutting down on the "mugginess" factor. But, temperatures plateau in the upper 50s and low 60s into Saturday morning along with gusty winds and some showers. The steadiest of the rain will be Saturday afternoon, although throughout the entire day we have the threat of rain showers and even a rumble of thunder.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    After the warm front pushes through, the humidity will be high Friday, and there'll be a few rain showers around, but it won't be a washout. Where hazy sun peeks through inland, temperatures may get to near 70, but stay in the upper 50's along the coast with fog. A gusty southwest wind 20-40 mph through Saturday will bring some splash-over during the high tide cycles too.
  • Free admission to kick off National Park Week

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    National Park Week is back again! From April 20-28, 2019, all national parks celebrate the preservation of the environment and delicate ecosystems. The National Park Service celebrates its nearly 60 national parks each year, and it is kicking off the 2019 year with a special offer. Saturday, April 20, 2019, all National Parks will have FREE admission.
  • Daffodils in full bloom for Newport's Daffodil Days Festival

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    More than 850,000 daffodils are popping up throughout the city of Newport, thanks to the Daffodillion Project that leads the effort each year. The bulbs, planted in October and November, pop up in shades of white and yellow around every corner, in the springtime. Newport residents love the flowers so much, they even host a festival to celebrate the bloom! Head to Newport this weekend for a parade and more fun associated with the fest.
  • Your morning rainbow pictures

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Thursday morning, a spectacular rainbow filled the skies over southern New England! Thank you to all our viewers and followers who sent in magnificent shots of the colorful sky. View a few of our favorites here: Warwick sunrise. Photo Courtesy Patrick Wynne. jpg. Double rainbow in Barrington. Photo Courtesy Ebru Erginbas. jpg. Rainbow over Bristol's RI Wicked Local Nutrition Club. Photo Courtesy Sheila Matthews.. jpg. Fall River sunrise. Photo Courtesy Joe Bass.. jpg.
  • The rainbow seen 'round the region

    ...- ZACK GREEN, STORM TEAM 10
    Thursday wasn't exactly the warmest or brightest morning. Overcast skies quickly took over and most woke up to light rain. But there was an incredible silver lining... a beautiful rainbow! Around 6 a. m. , the colors were quite faint. But as seen from the flood of photos we received, the rainbow became extremely vibrant. Did you catch a glimpse this morning?
  • April's "Full Pink Moon" in view Friday

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    The only full moon of April comes into view Friday, this one called the "Full Pink Moon. " On April 17th at approximately 7:12 a. m. eastern time, the moon will be at 100% illumination. Full Pink Moon. Photo Courtesy halfrain / Flickr / CC BY-SA 2. 0. Despite the name, the moon actually does not always have a pink color to it. It is named the pink moon for the pink flowers that tend to come up around this time in the spring.
  • Tracking wet weather to finish the week

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Fret not, we stay dry Wednesday as high pressure keeps us nearly cloud-free. But our April showers return by Thursday through the end of the week, and even into most of the weekend. Here's your weather breakdown. Thursday: We cloud up early, then see spotty showers develop through the afternoon and evening hours. Thursday clouds work in early and keep up very cool. png. Mostly cloudy through the morning hours, we lose the sun by noontime latest, then spot showers develop.
  • Winds calming down, a dry few days ahead

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Winds have certainly been strong for the past 24 hours, and we reached some maximum wind gusts Monday and Tuesday upwards of 50-60 mph. Winds Tuesday so far have been sustained around 30-40 mph. Luckily, those winds will begin to relax this afternoon. Despite temperatures climbing into the upper 50s, it'll feel a bit brisk because of those northwest winds to finish off the afternoon.
  • High winds tonight, Tuesday

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    All of central and southern New England is under a wind advisory for Monday at 3 p. m. through Tuesday at 8 a. m. West winds could reach up to 40-50 mph tonight and tomorrow morning, meaning the chance for more power outages and some trees coming down. Drive safely tonight into Tuesday, as there could be trees down in roadways and loose household equipment rolling around. We stay very gusty through at least the next 24 hours until winds taper back late Tuesday night.
  • Mid-April storms roar through Southern New England, causing power outages

    ...- ZACHARY GREEN, STORM TEAM 10
    April showers do bring May flowers, but Monday morning's rain brought far more than we bargained for. President's Day started off soggy with a few spotty showers and wet roadways. By the time 7 a. m. rolled around, a very intense line of thunderstorms pushed into Rhode Island and gave drivers along the Interstate 95 corridor a white-knuckled commute. The heavier rainfall rates didn't stick around the Ocean State long. In fact, by 8 a. m.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    A variety of weather is on the way through Easter Sunday, beginning with that storm system that spawned tornadoes from Texas to Alabama over the weekend, that's headed this way. However, no severe weather is expected here, although when that initial punch of weather passes through between 6 and 8 a. m. Monday, there could be some heavy downpours and a thunderstorm. The latest Guidance Models continue to signal that the heaviest weather will be through most of the area by 9 a. m.
  • Messy Monday Morning

    ...- Kelly Bates, Storm Team 10
    Sunday’s forecast is a bit more optimistic with rain showers holding off a little later into this evening. Sunday Evening Showers. Overall, we are looking at a blend of sun and clouds today with milder than average temperatures. Rain showers will develop closer to evening and will become steady and heavy near dawn Monday. Monday Am Storms. There is also a chance of thunderstorms Monday morning that would yield even more heavy rain. Thunderstorm Risk Monday.
  • Unsettled Weekend

    ...- Kelly Bates, Storm Team 10
    The weekend starts off with a cold front delivering rain. By noon, most of Southern New England will be done with the rain. From there, areas furthest from the coast will go to a mix of sun and clouds and will warm nicely well into the 60s to near 70. Along the coast, we will likely stay in the clouds and it will remain much cooler. Afternoon and evening plans should be dry.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    The front that brought the Saturday morning rain showers has moved off the south coast and stalled. As a result, fog will continue particularly across coastal areas through Monday midday. Inland areas, however, will experience some morning and midday sunshine Sunday before that same front lifts back north as a warm front, sparking some on/off rain showers Sunday afternoon and night. Temperatures will rise Sunday overnight.
  • Community garden inspires city residents to try urban agriculture

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    PROVIDENCE -- One local community is getting ready to burst with vegetables, herbs, flowers and food, right in the heart of the city. The Southside Community Land Trust in Providence is so much more than a network of community gardens. The group, which was originally founded by refugees in the 1980s, now runs more than 30 acres of farmland. City residents can use the plot of land to farm for their own use, or grow to sell to local markets.
  • UNH researchers discover new kind of lightning

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Scientists at the University of New Hampshire Space Science Center have announced they have captured the moment before a lightning flash is produced, possibly explaining the origin of lightning. Lightning observed by UNH researchers. Photo Courtesy UNH. jpg. Although many may not realize it, the way in which lightning begins remains a scientific mystery, making this new finding of high importance within the meteorological and scientific communities.
  • Latest Marathon Monday forecast outlook

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Any runners in the building? Whether you're a runner, spectator, or just enjoy staying home and watching coverage on TV, the Boston Marathon is this upcoming Monday and the forecast is.... well..... grim. Chance of rain for Marathon Monday still pretty uncertain. png. If you remember back to 2018's 122nd running of the Boston Marathon, it was wet, dreary, and cold to start. Not great conditions for long distance running at all.
  • Weekend warm-up, but rainy Patriots Day?

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    In the weather center we are tracking two wet weather systems that will likely impact weekend, and for some of us, long weekend plans. If you've been feeling bogged down by the below normal temperatures this week, this weekend will help boost your spirits a bit. Weekend outlook forecasting well above average temperatures and mostly dry conditions during the daytime hours. png. Above average temperatures are on the way with primarily dry conditions through the daytime hours.
  • Scientists suggest slightly below average upcoming hurricane season

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    We have just transitioned to spring and many researchers are already delving into the possibilities for the upcoming hurricane season. After a long 2018 summer and fall with landfalling Michael in Florida and Hurricane Florence along the east coast, many wonder how 2019 will stack up. An initial long-range forecast from scientists at Colorado State University suggest that the 2019 hurricane season, which technically runs from June 1st to November 30th, will be slightly below average.
  • Rain showers to affect evening commute

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    It may be a dreary Tuesday, but New Englanders have a lot to smile about... But maybe I'm being biased. The Red Sox home opener gets underway at 2 p. m. today, and the weather should hold out for the majority of the game. Opening Day at Fenway looks to be overcast, a little cool, and a chance of a shower. png. However, rain showers will graze the evening commute, and keep us damp through about midnight tonight. Today: You won't have to worry about showers until 5-7 p. m. this evening.
  • On and off showers Monday night, Tuesday

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Spring showers have taken over to kick start the week. We truly got a soaking rain Monday, and more is on the way before drying up by the end of the week. Take a look at some of the weather news we are tracking: Monday's highs hit the low 50s thanks to some northerly flow of air that stayed off the ocean. But a coming wind shift will change that for Tuesday. High temperatures Monday. png. A more northeasterly flow develops Tuesday, keeping us almost ten degrees below seasonal average!
  • Mt. Washington Observatory offers free admission Friday to celebrate "big wind"

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Some of the craziest weather ever experienced in the northeast occurs atop Mount Washington in North Conway, NH. Sitting at 6,288 feet from base to summit, it is the tallest mountain east of the Mississippi River. It is no surprise that the Mt. Washington Observatory that sits at the peak of the summit has recorded the strongest wind gust recorded in the world, either. That record, sitting at 231 mph, was set on April 12, 1934.
  • Red Sox Home Opener!

    ...- STORM TEAM 10 ZACK GREEN
    "Play ball! " will finally be called out at Fenway on Tuesday, April 9th and this year's home opener has a lot in store. Coming off their World Series win, the Boston Red Sox will celebrate in style with a host of events. Fans are encouraged to get to the ballpark well before first pitch (2:05pm). Gates will open at 11:35am, 2. 5 hours before the game. Typically, gates open 1. 5 hours before.
  • Rainy Days and Monday

    ...- Kelly Bates, Storm Team 10
    High pressure is in charge again today with tons of sunshine and high temperatures once again topping out in the 60s. Clouds are expected to move in tonight in advance of our next weather-maker. Clouds thicken overnight and rain will be in place for the Monday morning commute. The rain tapers off Monday afternoon but another round of showers arrives for the late commute. The front stalls to our south for Tuesday and keeps the sky unsettled with another chance of showers Tuesday afternoon.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    A rain-maker from the Midwest will bring rain for the Monday morning commute. However, as the system pulls through and moves away, the steady rain will taper to rain showers midday. We'll be in a wedge of milder air for the afternoon. While mostly cloudy skies are expected at that time, if some hazy sun peeks through, our temperatures will respond well into the 60's. The attendant cold front could bring another band of rain showers through the area Monday evening.
  • Hello Sunshine!

    ...- Kelly Bates, Storm Team 10
    Early showers and patchy fog will give way to increasing sunshine Saturday. Temperatures will warm up nicely with the sunshine into the 60s inland and 50s at the coast. With high pressure in control, expect clear skies overnight tonight and temperatures dropping off into the 40s by dawn Sunday. We may start Sunday with some patchy fog but we will see lots of sunshine and temps will once again warm into the lower 60s.
  • Red flag warning for RI, MA fire risk

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    A red flag warning has been posted for Rhode Island, Massachusetts especially the Cape and Islands, and a part of Connecticut. Through 8 p. m. this evening, there is an elevated risk for brush fires or spreading fires because of high winds and dry conditions. A red flag warning is issued when winds are in excess of 20-30 mph, and humidity is less than 15%. Springtime is also prime for fire weather, especially after a dry stretch of weather.
  • 2019 global temperature report reveals warming trend

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    The 2019 Global Temperature Report has released its annual report of global temperatures and trends. This year, the report has found temperatures above seasonal averages globally, with a stead upward trend in average temperature since 1978. Scientists at the University of Alabama at Huntsville have conducted the annual global temperature study every year since the late 70's.
  • Dry weather moves in Wednesday night, Thursday

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    A nice stretch of weather, but a short lived one, as skies stay clear for the rest of Wednesday night and through the day Thursday. First off, temperatures really over-performed Wednesday, and it really felt nice in the 60s. Wednesday Highs. png. We actually hit a high of 65 in Providence! Winds made it feel a little bit cooler, though... We drop off almost 10 degrees from Wednesday as we head to Thursday, and keep the strong winds. Windy With Few Clouds Thursday. png.
  • Car trapped in floodwaters on Cape Cod

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Heavy rain early Wednesday caused flooding along the immediate coastline of southern New England. Rain that dumped an excess of one inch on the Cape and islands left many facing morning detours as roads became impassable. Others, like one car on Commerce Park in Chatham, Mass. , became trapped in the water. According to the Chatham Police Department, this particular area of South Chatham floods often, but some still attempt to drive through the standing water. Car stuck in floodwaters.
  • Rain, clouds depart this afternoon

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    This morning, heavy rain dumped close to a half-inch of rain on much of Rhode Island. One to two inches of rain fell along the Cape and Islands, accompanying high winds in the morning. But just as fast as the storm moved in, it moved out Wednesday. Watch this timelapse of the storm passing by mid-morning: Storm Clears. Timelapse: Courtesy: People's Credit Union Skycam from Iggy's. Temperatures today head into the mid to upper 50s over mostly clear skies. Enjoy dry remainder of your midweek!
  • Chime in with your #SafePlaceSelfie

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    There are hundreds of weather-related deaths per year in the United States, from tornadoes to hurricanes, extreme heat and extreme cold. Thousands die globally from weather-related hazards, too, and it's hard to imagine that some of these fatalities could have been prevented. How? According to the National Weather Service, "knowing your 'safe place' is the most essential preparedness activity to save your life from extreme weather. " What exactly is a safe place?
  • Details on the early Wednesday storm

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    By no means a blockbuster storm, but heavy rain and high winds move in late Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. Impacts for: Morning commuters. Those getting ready to head to school in the morning. Late night or overnight drivers tonight. Those in the far NW of the state with potential for small accumulations of heavy, wet snow. Kinds of Impacts: Steady rain, heavy at times. Winds potentially reaching 35-45 mph. Some wet snowflakes early Wednesday. Timing:
  • Video: Looking back on the April Fools' Day Blizzard of 1997

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Do you remember when the late season blizzard hit the northeast back in 1997? Nope, it wasn't a joke. Yes, it did fall on April 1. Take a look at some of the video from the wintry mess. Learn more about the weather event here.
  • How did this March stack up to years past?

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Many have given March 2018 a bad rap -- mostly because we saw a late spring snowfall that brought us summer a little later that usual. But compared to 2019, it wasn't too bad after all. We finish March 2019 well behind in both temperature and precipitation. March in Review. png. The record highest temperature for the month of March was 90 degrees set back in 1945. We typically see a few days jump into the 60s and 70s during the month of transition.
  • Tracking Wednesday's storm

    ...- ZACK GREEN, STORM TEAM 10
    April is starting off on a rather quiet note. Monday is looking nearly picture perfect with sunny skies all day long. Tuesday won't be much different but we'll start to see some of the effects of a coastal storm late in the evening. The system develops and generates strength on Tuesday as it moves north of the Carolina coast. Clouds will thicken up from south to north as this pocket of energy moves up the eastern seaboard.
  • Cold Front Sunday

    ...- Kelly Bates, Storm Team 10
    Changes are coming to our weather today and it’s all due to a cold front. Sun Noon Clouds. Clouds will thicken up through the morning and rain will develop from west to east this afternoon. Sunday Radar. Winds will also increase and we could see gusts top 30 mph today. The rain will end tonight and then we clear the sky. Sunday Rain. As this is a cold front, temperatures will drop tonight. Monday Wind Gusts.

  • ...- R.J. HEIM, STORM TEAM 10
    Usually come April, most think we're in the clear with winter weather. But, historically, that's not true! April 1, 1997, brought a historic blizzard to New England, with officially 18 inches of snow at T. F. Green Airport in Warwick, more to the north and west, like Worcester that recorded 33 inches of a pasty, wet snow! Winds gusted 50-70 mph, with hundreds of thousands without power as a result. This was our "StormTeam 10" Promo that year!
  • Unsettled Weekend

    ...- Kelly Bates, Storm Team 10
    This weekend will feature sunshine as well as lots of clouds, but also milder than average temperatures. Saturday is looking mainly cloudy, milder than average and dry with highs along the coast in the 50s and lower 60s inland. You may be happy to note today is Walk in the Park Day and Storm Team 10's Christina Erne has some excellent park suggestions here. Weekend Outlook. An approaching cold front will keep clouds in play for Sunday and rain is looking to arrive after noon.

  • ...- R.J. Heim
    While temperatures soared to the 65-70 degree range on Saturday inland, and even the upper 50's along the coast and islands, an approaching cool front will bring some rain showers starting Sunday afternoon, steadiest towards evening, then ending at night. That will be followed by cooler than average temperatures Monday and Tuesday, with highs only in the 40's, and overnight lows upper 20's to low 30's.
  • 5 parks to enjoy on Take a Walk in the Park Day

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    We all know how silly these "national holidays" can be, but this one is particularly enticing. Saturday, March 30th is National Take a Walk in the Park Day! With local temperatures heading into the low 60s, it's a perfect day to take advantage. If you're looking for some parks to check out in Southern New England, look no further. 1. Colt State Park - Bristol, RI. Colt State Park is often referred to as the "gem" of the entire state park system, and for good reason.
  • Below normal temperatures slow tulip growing season

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    WJAR. JOHNSTON -- It may be spring, but try telling the tulips that. It is taking a little extra time for the colorful flowers to start popping up this year. The owners at Wicked Tulips Flower Farm, Jeroen and Keriann Koeman, say a colder than average year so far has delayed the season. "It has been a cooler March month. The nights have been very cold," said Jeroen Koeman, owner of Wicked Tulips,known for its 16 acres of wildly colorful blossoms.
  • Few sprinkles Friday, cloudy into the weekend

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    We've made it (almost) to the weekend, and we're already feeling the temperatures climb. Although there's a wide disparity between 40s at the coast and 50s inland, it's largely a comfortable day across the board. We will reach highs slightly above average for the day, but cloud cover will dominate the forecast, even going into the weekend. In fact, speaking of your weekend forecast, take your pick: Warm and wet, or bright and cool? Warm and wet wins out. Your StormTeam10 Weekend Forecast. png.
  • Opening Day forecasts across the nation

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Play ball! Major League Baseball. Photo Courtesy Eric Molina. PNG. While there isn't a home game at Fenway Park today, March 2019 kicked off Opening Day for baseball fans around the nation. This year actually was the earliest opening day in history. How about weather conditions across the country? Most are seeing dry conditions for those first at-bats, and mostly everyone is sitting comfortably in the 50s and 60s for afternoon and evening games. Storm Team 10 Opening Day Forecast. PNG.
  • A mild finish to the week

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Plentiful sunshine today helped us to reach near-seasonable highs in Providence. Most saw temperatures in the upper 40s and low 50s with a very gusty wind that made it feel a lot colder. But by Friday and Saturday, that warm-up is on track to push us into the 60s for the weekend. First, we deal with a few spot showers, though. Friday Cloud Cover Expected. png. A front that pushes through overnight Thursday night into Friday brings the chance of a spot showers through the day.
  • How 2018's heat, heavy rains impacts RI's water quality this year

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    If you remember back to 2018, Rhode Island saw an above average year in both temperature and precipitation. Don't believe me? Check this out. Our maximum average high temperature for the year was 61. 5, which is 0. 8 above average. Our minimum average low temperature was 44. 4, which is 1. 8 above average. Our mean temperature for the year (high plus low average) was 52. 9, which is 1. 3 degrees above average. We saw 63. 49'' of precipitation, which is 16. 31'' above average.
  • Lots of sun midweek, then warming up

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    If you liked Tuesday's weather, hit copy-paste. We've got another one just like it Wednesday. Another Stunner Wednesday with High Pressure in Control. png. High pressure stays in control for the day, giving us mostly clear skies again. Some winds may gust 10-15 mph today, adding a slight chill when you step out of the sun, but overall a lovely spring day. We've been sitting below average with temperatures nearly all week. We fix it Thursday. Here's why.
  • Heading towards 65 degrees? Maybe....

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    It may not feel like it now, but warmer weather is upon us come Friday and Saturday! Your StormTeam10 forecast currently stands that we'll be breaking into the 60s Saturday. The jury is still out on whether or not we will actually hit 65 degrees for the day. If we do, we would be right on track for when we typically see the first 65-degree day of the year. Our Climotological Data in Regards to Seeing 65 Degrees.. png.
  • A dry and clear stretch of weather

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    It's an incredibly beautiful Tuesday out there, and we get to keep mostly clear skies for the next 48 hours! If you don't believe me, just take a look outside at our People's Credit Union skycams across the area. PCU Skycam from Flos Clam Shack. PNG. I did see some beach runners and walkers at noontime -- not bad at all! PCU Skycam from Iggys. PNG. A lovely, but breezy, day to soak up the sunshine. PCU Skycam from Tockwotton on the Waterfront. PNG. This week's weather breakdown:
  • How often do we see big snowfalls in March?

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    March is such a tricky month to forecast because of the transition of seasons. Forecasters tread lightly when it comes to making a definitive statement that snow is gone for good. In Southern New England, we have seen some snowstorms sneak up on us at the last minute, some right before or after the vernal equinox, that remind us winter is not quite gone yet. But how often do we typically see large snowfalls in March? And are we past the critical time frame yet? Your answers below.
  • Nine ways to prepare for allergy season

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Say it ain't so, but allergy season is just about here. Allergy sufferers everywhere should gear up for allergies to hit hard and early this year. At the end of March, most only see elevated levels of pollen from trees like juniper, elm, and maple. March 25, 2019 Current Pollen Levels. But as grass begins to grow, flowers begin to bloom, and the yellow stuff starts to coat our freshly washed cars, those pollen levels will jump up come April.
  • Peeks of sun Monday, then cooler

    ...- CHRISTINA ERNE, STORM TEAM 10
    Happy Monday! We're heading into our first full week of spring, and we will feel it this afternoon with increasing sunshine and warming temperatures. To start off the day, we have been dealing with pesky mid-level cloud cover keeping us on the cool side. As some of these clouds break, and any lingering rain showers off the coast push east, temperatures will be able to climb faster through the second half of the day. Monday Afternoon Showers Depart from the Coastline. png.
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