Monthly Archives: December 2010

Winter Takes A New Year Nap

You’ll notice almost a hint of spring in the air during the final day of 2010 & the first day of 2011. This will be due to a high pressure ridge and associated mild air over New England, somewhat of a … Continue reading

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Tranquil, milder end to 2010…

The storm’s gone. The winds, cold, & blowing snow have eased. What is being called “The Blizzard of 2010” is now history, though it was certainly not a blizzard, by definition, everywhere. In  Boston, it was. Areas further south especially … Continue reading

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Late Night Update

Hi all! Just a quick update on the storm. The intensifying low pressure area responsible for the heavy snow & strong wind over most of eastern MA will be drifting northeastward, just southeast of Cape Cod through early Monday morning. … Continue reading

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Storm Update #2

The only change, and this doesn’t impact inland areas, is that the entire storm is trending a bit colder, which means there is less of a chance of any mix/rain getting involved unless you’re over far southeastern MA and especially … Continue reading

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Storm Update #1

Looking over things this morning shows me that things are generally on track with what is expected from the upcoming storm. We’ve had snow falling over alot of MA, but it’s not really from the main storm system. There was an … Continue reading

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December Dumping

Good morning! We are staring down the barrel of a weather gun as a powerful storm takes shape along the US Southeast Coast and begins a trip up the coast during the day today. This storm, responsible for some snow … Continue reading

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