Whether you like them for their top-notch meteorologists or Jim Cantore’s exuberant thunder snow celebrations, The Weather Channel has carved out a niche in America as the station of record for everything weather. But people who rely on Verizon for their cable won’t be getting the channel any longer, according to an email sent to customers this morning. More
Sometimes, the weather is breaking news. That was the case this morning, when Mike Bello from the Boston Globe Metro Desk dropped in with the latest on how much snow will be dropped on the Boston metro this weekend. More
WCVB Channel 5 reporter Jack Harper is a veteran Boston newscaster. He’s been with NewsCenter 5 since 1981, and has seen plenty of winter storms. But 34 years in the news industry (or any industry for that matter) means a few more visits to the doctor. More
The blizzard we’ve all been waiting for is among us. Most of us are probably hibernating from the arctic tundra outside our window, happily obliging to indoor advisories. While some are perfectly calm, others took to Twitter to share their fears and concerns about the #snowpacalypse.
There may be a cold front moving toward the East Coast, but Al Roker is just getting warmed up. The “Today Show” weatherman is attempting to break the Guinness World Record for longest live weather report, while raising money for a charity supporting the troops. More
“Should we talk about the weather?” Yes, we should. With Mike Bello from the Metro Desk. He has an update on the Boston Marathon trial as well. More
If you’ve stepped outside today in Boston you may have noticed it’s a little rainy. Windy, too. But if you lived in a bunker and only relied on Weather.com to judge outdoor conditions, you might think the apocalypse was coming.