Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Right Weather Pro Updates

Forecasts and Weather News

Storm Impacts: Potential New England Blizzard


A potentially crippling Nor'easter will pummel Southeastern New England from Monday afternoon into early Wednesday. The height of the storm is likely Monday night, but, since it's a slow-mover, snow will continue through Tuesday and into early Wednesday morning. The storm will most likely shut down or severely limit travel from New York City through New England. Strong winds and ... Read More »

Snow Accumulation Map for Possible Blizzard


Here is a first look at our snow forecast for the potentially historic blizzard in Southern New England. It is certainly unusual to have a 16" low-end of the snowfall range, but this storm warrants it. It is very unlikely that there will be less than 10" of snow in Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts, and many computer models are ... Read More »

National Weather Service Issues Blizzard Watch


A major winter storm will hit Southeastern New England between Monday night and early Wednesday. Wind-driven heavy snow is likely Monday night into early Tuesday, and that combination could lead to blizzard conditions in a large part of Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts. The National Weather Service office in Taunton, MA has issued a Blizzard Watch for all of RI ... Read More »

Sunny Sunday; Major Storm Possible Next Week


The messy winter storm that brought a slushy combination of snow and rain to Southeastern New England will move out of the picture on Sunday. Watch your step in the morning as any snow, slush, and puddles will freeze overnight as temperatures fall into the mid to upper 20s by dawn. It will be mostly sunny, breezy, and cool on ... Read More »