Monday, May 13, 2013
One more blast of cooler temperatures is hitting Easton.
It's not quite summer yet. Expect temperatures to dip slightly over the next couple of days. "Tonight we are clear and cold with frost likely outside the Rt 128 belt as many towns find their way into the low and mid 30s by early Tuesday morning," wrote Jeremy Reiner in his latest weather blog. "Any tender vegetation should be covered up/protected from the chilly temps. Even downtown Boston will be cooler than this morning with lows into the low 40s. Tuesday itself is another sunny but seasonably cool day with afternoon highs near 64 (normal high is 66)." The National Weather Service has issued a frost warning for Easton. Below is the full weather forecast for Easton from the National Weather Service:
Monday, May 6, 2013
A look at Easton's weather forecast.
Althought we will continue to see spring weather in Easton throughout Monday and Tuesday, don't expect that to continue throughout the whole week. Wednesday will see a much different weather pattern. "Blocking high pressure finally leaves New England and allows storminess in the south to move up into our part of the world in the form of clouds & a few showers," wrote WHDH's Jeremy Reiner in his weather blog. "The storm will be a bit of a slow mover so most of Wednesday will be dry with showers holding off until late day. Of course, this slow-moving storm will keep the chance of rain here in New England quite high for the entire day on Thursday. Temps, naturally, take a hit on Thursday struggling to reach 60." Below is Easton's weather …
Monday, April 22, 2013
A look at Easton's week of weather ahead.
After chilly days Monday and Tuesday, WHDH's Jeremy Reiner said we're likely to see some warmer temperatures come mid-week. "By midweek that sunshine returns and instead of an east wind from the ice cube (also known as the ocean) the wind direction will be from the southwest giving temps a nice boost by afternoon," he said on his weather blog. "In fact, most towns will be near 70 by afternoon. Thursday offers the risk of a few scattered showers but we will stay mild with afternoon highs still expected to reach the 60s despite more clouds." Below is the full forecast for Norton from the National Weather Service:
Monday, March 18, 2013
It will be a slushy morning commute on Tuesday.
Easton is getting more snow. According to the National Weather Service, snow will begin to fall in the Shovel Town after 1 a.m. and a mix of rain, snow, and sleet will make for a messy commute Tuesday morning. "Tuesday will be a stormy day across the region with snow for just about everyone during the morning rush and mix of snow, sleet & rain along the coast by mid morning and just plain rain for the immediate coast by noon," WHDH's Jeremy Reiner wrote in his weather blog. "It will stay in the form of all snow for the I-495/ Rt2 region." Following the snowstorm, temperatures will remain low for the rest of the week. Below is the full 7-day forecast for Easton from the National Weather Service:
Monday, March 11, 2013
Rain mixed with snow melting will bring a messy mix on Tuesday
It may get messy in Easton on Tuesday night. According to the National Weather Center and WHDH meteorologist Chris Lambert, expect some significant downfall Tuesday into the evening. "Tuesday brings us rain... and it WILL be rain this time," he wrote in his weather blog. "Depending on how the evolution of a wave of low pressure forms along this front, we could wring out at least an inch of rain. While that wouldn't cause significant river flooding, we may see swollen streams from snowmelt and rain, and I certainly can see us dealing with big puddles/ponding on the roads for the Tuesday evening commute." According to the National Weather Service, Easton residents should expect a high temperature of 51 degrees on Wednesday and a high …
Monday, February 25, 2013
Get ready for another wintery mix in Easton on Wednesday.
Easton could be hit with another round of rain and snow. According to WHDH's Jeremy Reiner, the wintery mix is likely to hit on Wednesday. This one, he said, could affect the commute. "The difference (and it's a big one) is the timing---a commuter storm," he said in his weather blog. "Right now, it looks like a mix of rain & snow will break out around 5-6am Wednesday and be with us for much of the day. It does appear that there will be enough snow to shovel & plow but most of that will be confined to the I-495 corridor & beyond. metro Boston will see a coating before the storm becomes mainly a chilly rain storm." According to the National Weather Service, the storm will begin Tuesday night and carry over into Wednesday. Below is a full …
Monday, February 18, 2013
Don't expect things to warm up this week.
Easton can expect some cold weather in the coming days. "Wednesday through Friday is quiet and seasonably chilly with daytime temps in the upper 20s & low 30s with overnight lows in the teens/20s," WHDH's Jeremy Reiner said in his weather blog. Below is the full forecast for Easton from the National Weather Service:
Monday, February 11, 2013
The blizzard is over, but we will see precipitation Monday before the skies clear.
The snow may be over, but now Easton can expect rain, according to WHDH's Jared Reiner. The rain will be mixed with snow to start, he said in his weather blog. The next storm on the docket will offer a burst of snow before changing to rain (freezing rain well inland). Most towns will pick up a quick 1" of snow and even some towns near 2" of snow. Looks like only a coating of snow for the city of Boston & south along the immediate south shore (Rt 3 & east). As we step into the afternoon, just light rain for most of us & some leftover freezing rain well inland as temps climb into the low 30s. It's a fast moving storm and will be exiting early this evening. Rainfall totals will finish between .30" by the end of the storm. Not overly concerned…
Now that the storm is over, what is the final assessment?
Now that the Blizzard of 2013 is beyond us, it is time to dig out, break out the snow boots and the sleds. So, what was the final damage? According to the National Weather Service, the Shovel Town received just about two feet of snow: 23.0 inches to be exact. As far as surrounding towns, Norton received 22.5 inches, West Bridgewater received 17 inches, Foxborough received 29 inches, Wrentham received 26 inches, and Sharon received 15 inches. For a full list of town-by-town totals, click here.
Saturday, February 9, 2013
Expect another five to nine inches in Easton Saturday morning before the storm is over.
Heavy snow is expected ton continue throughout Saturday morning in Easton, according to the National Weather Service. Easton residents can expect to see snow, mainly before 3 p.m., according to the Weather Service, with wind continuing at 22-26 mph in the Shovel Town. Gusts may reach as high as 36 mph. New snow Saturday is expected to accumulate by another five to nine inches. Eventually, however, the storm will exit Easton and the entire east coast according to WHDH's Pete Bouchard. "Storm starts to pull away mid/late morning," he said in his weather blog. "We can start to talk about the end game by midday as the back edge of the snow starts to work into Greater Worcester. I still think we'll see accumulating snow throughout the early …