Monthly Archives: January 2015

More Snow Friday

It was nice to get a two day break between storms. Our next one will be moving in during the early morning. A Winter Storm Warning has been issued for the entire area from 1AM Friday through 6AM Saturday (4AM Friday through 1PM Saturday Downeast). Expect light snow during the morning hours on Friday with […]

Blizzard Conditions Likely Tuesday.

Tuesday’s storm will bring many different variables to the state of Maine. The combination of heavy snow and strong north to northeasterly winds will likely lead to blizzard conditions for a large portion of the area. Quite often folks will ask me what is required for a blizzard? While this storm will bring hefty snow […]

Saturday Snow Storm

Our next winter storm is on our doorstep tonight. Moisture surging north form the deep south will arrive here in the form of snow on Saturday. Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories have been issued by the National Weather Service. The storm will take a track south of Nantucket which is a good track […]

Weather Watcher Training

Have you ever wanted to be a weather watcher?   Now is your chance.  We’d love to see you at one of our weather watcher training sessions in the coming weeks.  Meteorologist Craig Miller will be leading the program and will be coming to a town near you.   Here’s the latest list of training sessions and […]

Comet Lovejoy

If you would like to view comet Lovejoy, you have a few more days left. The next time it will come around will be roughly 8000 years from now.  On January 30th the newly discovered Comet Lovejoy will be closest to the sun (120 million miles).  It was closest to earth on January 7th (43.6 […]

Bitter Cold Through Thursday Morning

I’m not sure where this photo came from, but it makes me laugh. Tonight should easily be the coldest night since early January 2014 for most of Northern New England.  The unique thing about this shot of cold air will be the cold in combination with wind.  Typically our coldest night’s are clear and calm, […]