Sunday, February 17, 2013
WHDH is reporting we will get more snow Sunday morning, followed by clearing in the afternoon.
Ready for more snow? Well, we're getting some more this morning along more wind. WHDH is reporting another 4-6 inches in the a.m. hours, followed by gusty winds in the afternoon. "Despite this not being a repeat of last weekend, there will be several hours that this storm packs a punch in terms of falling snow and wind," wrote WHDH's Chris Lambert on his weather blog. "Moderate to heavy snow, combined with an active wind does reduce visibility through late morning Sunday, creating tricky travel. As ugly as it'll look in the morning, much of the snow is done by noon, with the exception of the Cape and Islands, and perhaps some lingering light snow at the coast." Temperatures are expected to be in the 20s today before warming up to the 30s …
Tuesday, January 1, 2013
Welcome to the first day of 2013.
1. Happy New Year Norton! Welcome 2013. How did you celebrate New Year's Eve or how are you enjoying New Year's Day? Please post your photos in Pics & Clips. 2. The New Year is being welcomed in with a cold, but a sunny day. The high temperature, according to WHDH, is expected to be 35 with a low of 28. 3. The Norton School Committee will be meeting Saturday, Jan. 5, at the Norton Middle School Library at 8:30 a.m. 4. Norton High School will be presenting "Annie The Musical" at Norton Middle School, Friday, Jan. 18 and Monday, Jan. 19 will be at 7 p.m., while Sunday, Jan. 20 will be at 2 p.m. Admission is $7. 5. The Norton Board of Selectmen's meeting scheduled for Thursday has been postponed.
Sunday, October 28, 2012
There is a high wind watch in effect Monday morning through Monday night.
The latest forecasts show earliest effects from Hurricane Sandy hitting before the morning commute Monday, with high wind and flood watches in effect from Monday morning through the night. Sunday, the National Weather Service issued the warnings for Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire. WHDH's Jeremy Reiner said the worst of Sandy should be from 9 a.m. Monday until 2 a.m. Tuesday. "Within this period is our greatest risk of wind damage/power loss," Reiner wrote on his blog, noting that many towns will experience wind gusts over 40 miles per hour. Coastal cities and towns may see wind gusts between 50-60 mph and even some wind gusts near 70mph out on the Cape and Islands. Reiner said the speed of the wind isn't as great a concern as the…