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 — The storm begins Monday evening and will feature winds faster than 35 mph and heavy snowfall, prompting a blizzard watch for the Boston area. Set to end Tuesday, this snowstorm could be one of the strongest in years.
BOSTON — The heaviest of the snow is now over with light snow, sleet and rain for the bulk of the afternoon. There will be another round of snow this evening between roughly 5 and 10 p.m. making travel slippery for the evening.
BOSTON — Snow is going to fall hard and fast Saturday morning with roads quickly becoming snow covered and travel slowed significantly by the quick accumulation.
BOSTON — Saturday’s snowstorm will begin early and stretch into the evening, with snow mixing with rain and freezing rain and leaving heavy, wet snow accumulations up to a few inches in the Boston area.
BOSTON — Snow is predicted to begin falling early Saturday morning and could mix with rain around midday, before changing back to snow in the early evening.
BOSTON — Saturday morning should be dry for a few hours before snow breaks out across the region and becomes steady and heavier in the afternoon.
BOSTON — Cold and dry weather continues Wednesday with an increase in clouds. There’s a storm passing out to sea Wednesday night, and it will take most of the precipitation with it.
BOSTON — By later this afternoon, most areas will be between 30 and 35, or fairly typical for the second part of January.
BOSTON — While today will be mild, the cold air will return for the rest of the week. If the cold keeps up, this January could rank as the coldest of the past six years.
BOSTON — There may be a chance of a snow for the afternoon as a batch of colder air pushes into the region. Roads will be drier than the past couple of days.