June 1st officially kicks off the 2015 Hurricane season. Find out just how many hurricanes scientists are expecting.
A look at springtime flooding throughout Vermont and New York.
The Northern Lights were observed throughout the Northeast.
The weekend looks messy with a mixture of rain and snow.
Meteorologist Michael Page explains why parts of our area were the coldest in the nation yesterday.
Meteorologist Michael Page says our area was the coldest spot in the entire country this morning, breaking some records.
Nearly an entire season's worth of snow buried Boston in just one week.
Winter Storm Warnings are posted for all of Vermont, New Hampshire, and the majority of New York.
A significant winter storm is taking aim at the northeast, this storm will have many impacts.
After quiet weather for the past few days, a storm will make a close brush with portions of Southern New England this weekend.
Wind Chill values will slip into the -20s and -30s tonight, which is dangerous to exposed skin.
A group of meteorology students at Plymouth State University is raising money to attend a local weather conference.
A weekend storm will bring snow, ice, and rain to our region.
Just days into the new year, a storm will bring a mixture of rain and snow to the area.
Many record cold temperatures were set on this day in weather history.
After a mild few days, winter returns just in time for the end of 2014.
The recent warm weather and rain has melted several inches of snow atop Mount Mansfield.
Temperatures reached the 40s, 50s, and even 60s for some on Christmas day!
Strong winds may result in some power outages across the area on Christmas.
Widespread rain and snow melt around Christmas will result in an elevated flood threat.
For another day, an undercast still persists around the area.
You can call it a record storm, Burlington, VT receiving a daily record for most snow Wednesday. It slowly winds down with more snow showers.
Lighter on and off snow showers will continue through Friday night.
In this week's Weather School, Meteorologist Michael Page explains weather's role in the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Instead of the predicted rain, most places saw wet snow during much of Saturday.