As you’ve no doubt heard, what’s left of Tropical Storm Andrea is headed our way, and it is expected to dump quite a bit of rain on our area. With the potential for flooding, Southborough Emergency Management Director Neal Aspesi sent out this message. Read the full article → from Southborough emergency officals warn of possible flooding on Friday and Saturday
Up to an inch of rain combined with melting snow may cause flooding in our area this afternoon and evening, according to the National Weather Service, which has issued a Flood Watch for all of Central and Western Massachusetts. Read the full article → from Flood watch issued for Southborough today
As the snow continues to fall this morning in Southborough, the National Weather Service has increased the snowfall projection in our area to 14-18 inches. I don’t know about you, but that’s way more snow than I was expecting from this storm. Read the full article → from Snow projections for Southborough on the rise – Find the latest storm info here (UPDATED)
As I’m sure you’ve heard, snow is coming. It’s expected to be a wet, heavy snow, but the weather folks say there are still too many variables to know for sure just how much we’ll get. Read the full article → from How much snow will we get, Southborough?
When it comes to snowfall, this winter has been feast or famine. We had next to no snow for the first half of the season, but now we’re looking at our third significant snowstorm in as many weekends. This latest storm promises anywhere from 6 to 14 inches in our area depending on which forecast you subscribe to. Read the full article → from Ready for more snow, Southborough?
The flakes are falling in Southborough, and by the time all is said and done on Saturday, forecasters say we may have upwards of 2 feet on the ground. Governor Deval Patrick has declared a state of emergency, and for the first time since the Blizzard of ’78, has ordered all cars off the road starting at 4:00 pm today. Read the full article → from LIVE BLOG: Find the latest blizzard news here
We don’t know exactly how much snow we’re going to get over the next 36 hours, but it’s probably safe to assume it’s going to be a fair bit. Forecasters say the snow will be wet and heavy. Combine that with blizzard-strength winds, and there’s a real potential for downed trees and limbs along with power outages. Read the full article → from Resources you may need before, during, and after the storm
As you might imagine, there are a number of closings and cancellations to report this morning. Here are all the ones I know about. If you know of others, please shout them out in the comments below. Read the full article → from Closings and cancellations in Southborough (UPDATED)
It’s been a while since we’ve had a major winter storm, but the one headed our way on Friday and Saturday is being called by forecasters “potentially historic.” Upwards of two feet of snow may fall in our area. The snow will be accompanied by strong winds, and blizzard conditions are expected in some areas. Power outages are a distinct possibility. Read the full article → from A “historic” winter storm is on the way: Here’s how to prepare
With today’s anniversary of the Blizzard of ’78, it only seems appropriate that another big snowfall is in the forecast. The weather predictors aren’t suggesting we’ll get as much snow as we did 35 years ago, but early projections show some locations – including Southborough – may be in for more than a foot. Read the full article → from Potential big storm on Friday: Are you gearing up?
Forecasters say Southborough will see a bit of snow tonight, but since the storm headed our way is a coastal one, we’ll see less accumulation than locations to our east. Read the full article → from Expect a bit of snow tonight, Southborough