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After a messy Wednesday, the weather turns tranquil for the rest of the week.
A bit of snow will fall on the Boston area, affecting the morning commute on Wednesday.
Some isolated areas on the south shore will see accumulating snow today with a more widespread snow tomorrow night and early Wednesday.
Warm air will be replaced by a rapid cooling Saturday.
Our upcoming thaw will be accompanied by some heavy rain. Colder air follows later this weekend.
Heavy rain will create a wet commute Friday evening and continue into early Saturday.
Temperatures will warm up as the week goes on, with some rain or freezing rain towards the end of the week.
For the entire contiguous United States, 2017 was the third-warmest year on record.
A thaw is likely on its way for the end of the week, after two weeks of well-below-freezing temperatures.
On Sunday, Boston tied a low-temperature record set more than a century ago in 1896 of -2.
Austin Blackmon, Boston's environment chief, discussed the recent nor'easter and the city's climate change preparedness initiatives.
After a fierce nor'easter, record-breaking cold will settle in for the entire weekend.
The National Weather Service is warning of wind chills of 5 below zero to 25 below zero for eastern Massachusetts.
The combination of a very high monthly tide, a big storm and sea levels a bit higher likely all contributed to battering the coastline with one of the highest tides...
Citing "heavy flooding" at Beachmont station, the MBTA has suspended Blue Line service between Wonderland and Orient Heights, with no alternative service provided.
It's the first major snowstorm of the year. Here are photos of the storm's impact on Greater Boston.
The first nor'easter of the year happened, and it brought high winds, and more than a foot of snow to Greater Boston.
As an impending winter storm threatens to throw an ice ball into Thursday travel plans, Gov. Charlie Baker urged non-emergency workers to stay home.
Wind-whipped snow blanketed the Boston area, and midday high tides flooded coastal areas, as Massachusetts endured its first nor'easter of 2018.
"If we're running five or ten minutes late, that's way better than 2015, when service was shut down for days and even weeks at a time," said the state's transportation...