David Epstein has spent 30 years as a meteorologist. He was born in Portland, Maine, and studied meteorology at Lyndon State College in Lyndonville, Vt. He now teaches at Framingham State University and Colby College. He is also a horticulturalist and founder of GrowingWisdom.com.
BOSTON — Snow continues this morning with just about an inch of snow expected to fall in Eastern Massachusetts with highs in the low 30s.
BOSTON — With the storm gone, Thanksgiving will be mostly dry with chance of a brief flurries. Highs will only be in the 30s and there won’t be much sunshine.
BOSTON — Most of the snow will fall to the west of Route 495 and west of Worcester Wednesday. Rain and wind will be the biggest issue for the bulk of Wednesday’s storm in Boston and surrounding areas.
BOSTON — The worst time to travel will be from about noon to midnight Wednesday on those roads where it is snowing.
BOSTON — Wednesday will turn into a stormy day and travel will be more difficult as the evening progresses.
A very cold start to the morning will be followed by the coldest day so far this fall.
BOSTON — As our storm system from yesterday continues to howl across eastern Canada it’s pulling down a bit of arctic air on gusty northwesterly winds.
BOSTON — Rain will fall most of the day with a break possible in the action during the middle of the day.
BOSTON — By the time you read this the snow is likely going either be over or winding down, and today’s taste of winter isn’t a big deal.
BOSTON — Thursday morning is drier and colder than the past few mornings. Temperatures in the 30s are common along with abundant sunshine.