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Unusual 'Hole Punch' Cloud Seen Over Massachusetts

ROCKPORT (CBS) — North Shore residents spotted an unfamiliar sight in the sky on Saturday.

Photos of a “hole” amid the cloud cover began flooding social media. 89 more words


The Global Jigsaw Puzzle

There is little doubt about the weather in the short-term namely this first week of November. All systems are GO for above to much above average temperatures from now into next Saturday. 584 more words


One For The Record Books

Patricia created some new records for the books. It was the fastest intensifying hurricane in history transitioning from a tropical storm to a Category 5 with 200mph. 390 more words


Popping Leaves And Falling Temperatures

How sweet it was! The weather for the long Columbus Day Holiday Weekend was certainly close to perfection. I hope you enjoyed it to the max at soccer tournaments, football games, on the fairways, on foliage tours, hiking, biking, running, walking or whatever it was to that made you smile in the pristine balmy fall conditions. 461 more words


What The Abundance Of Acorns Means For Winter And Spring

BOSTON (CBS) — First we had raindrops falling on our heads; now it’s acorns. But why?

We started talking about this after WBZ meteorologist Barry Burbank posted a blog… 257 more words


'Going Nuts' From An Abundance Of Acorns

BOSTON (CBS) – Oh, what a relief it is that Hurricane Joaquin was steered out over the open Atlantic sparing the East Coast.

The relentless record rain inundating much of South Carolina was not directly connected to Joaquin. 728 more words


Past, Present & Future Musings

Today is the anniversary of the Great New England Hurricane Of 1938. On this date 77 years ago, one of the most devastating and powerful storms produced a catastrophe in this region. 684 more words