Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Are you satisfied or frustrated with how the town handled the area’s 5th largest snowstorm in history? Let us know by posting a comment below.
Now that the snow has fallen, and started to melt, it’s your time to rate how the town’s plows handled the more than 2 feet of snow that fell Friday and Saturday. Medford Patch's Facebook page has lit up since last Saturday with readers who were mostly dissatisfied with plowing in Medford, but we want to open this up to people with opinions any which way. Feel free to give praise or thanks, express frustrations or offer up constructive criticism in the comments below, and keep in mind, the blizzard was the 5th largest snowstorm in New England history. [Follow Medford Patch on Twitter, like us on Facebook and sign up for our Daily Newsletter and Breaking News alerts.]
Wednesday, December 26, 2012
The large winter storm that dropped inches of snow in the South is headed for Medford, although no snow accumulation is expected in the city.
The large winter storm that dropped inches of snow in the Medford is now headed towards the northeast, although no snow accumulation is expected in the Greater Boston area. According to the National Weather Service's latest forecast, several inches of snow are expected to fall in the western part of the state on Wednesday night, but with temperatures hitting a low of 32 degrees in Medford and reaching a high of 45 on Thursday, the snow is expected to change over to rain or icy rain in the city. The National Weather Services has issued both a hazardous weather outlook and a high wind watch for the Greater Boston area Wednesday night into Thursday. Winds heading northeast could reach 40 mph with gusts up to 55 mph, with potential to bring …
Monday, November 5, 2012
The storm could drop 1 to 2 inches of rain late Wednesday into Thursday and bring wind gusts along the coast.
A little more than a week after 'superstorm' Sandy swept through Massachusetts, Medford resident may have to brace for another windy, rainy night on Wednesday. A nor'easter could blow into the area mid-week and the storm could drop 1 to 2 inches of rain from Wednesday into Thursday, according to WHDH meteorologist Jeremy Rainer. Rainer also wrote that coastal winds could gust between 40 and 60 miles per hour along the South Shore, Cape Cod and the islands, although winds "will be much lighter inland with this storm." The National Weather Service (NWS) issued a hazardous weather outlook statement on Sunday afternoon, saying that strong to damaging northeast winds are likely especially across Eastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island late …