Friday, March 8, 2013
Milford is in the region that the National Weather Service said could get between 15 and 24 inches.
UPDATED: The snow hasn't stopped in Milford and heavy bands will continue to hit the region through early evening Friday. The National Weather Service has updated its Winter Storm Warning, extending it to 7 p.m. According to its website, the weather service projects the area that includes Worcester County could get 15 to 24 inches from the storm. "Total snow accumulation of 15 to 24 inches, highest from Middlesex County, MA southwestward to Tolland County, CT, and over Norfolk County." Hazardous driving conditions will remain a problem, as well as a potential for power losses. On its Facebook and Twitter sites, the Milford Police Department has advised people to stay off the roads, as driving is difficult. As of 3 p.m., the state trial …
Thursday, March 7, 2013
Milford and other parts of Worcester County could get 5 to 10 inches of snow in the storm that arrived today and will last through Friday morning.
Weather maps show the size of the storm that started dropping snow on Milford this morning, and it looks as large as a hurricane. And its circular pattern is why snow, then rain, then snow, will fall from the northeast. By the time the storm ends, mid-morning on Friday, Milford and Worcester County are expected to get anywhere from 5 to 10 inches, according to meteorologists. Coastal areas already are seeing flooding from the surf churned up by the offshore storm.
Thursday, February 21, 2013
Milford could see up to a foot of snow.
Thursday, February 21
Another weekend storm with heavy snowfall is expected to hit southern New England. The new snowstorm is headed our way for Saturday and Sunday, and Milford could see up to 12 inches of new snow before it's done. On his blog, WHDH meteorologist Pete Bouchard is calling for light rain along the coast Saturday with snow inland and snow everywhere by Sunday morning. There may also be some coastal flooding. "Heavy snow through early morning Sunday. Roads will be tough to travel, and yes, your flight will most likely be delayed or cancelled. (Although I don't run an airline, so I'll let them have the final word.)," Bouchard writes. As of now, forecasts call for 8 to 12 inches of new snow in a large swath of Massachusetts and southern New …
Monday, July 16, 2012
Milford was expected to hit 91 degrees Monday, the first of three days in the 90s.
It was hard to find any relief in Milford Monday from the heat, but people did their best. A steady stream of customers came into the newly opened 7-Eleven on Main Street, to try out the Slurpee flavors. And the parking lot was filling up by 2 p.m. at the Fino Memorial Pool. At Milford High School, work went on as scheduled to paint lane stripes on the new track surface. Ryan Pierce, owner of New England Track and Field Striping, said he would continue working despite the heat. He and a co-worker were just taking steps to stay hydrated. "we're used to it," he said.
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
The National Weather Service warns drivers that the evening commute Wednesday will be slick.
A snowstorm started moving across Milford and southern New England Wednesday afternoon, slickening the roads and decreasing visibility for drivers. The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning, and has warned drivers that periods of heavy snow are expected through the Wednesday evening rush hour. "Although roadways have primarily been wet this afternoon, expect icy spots to develop as sunset approaches," the online statement read. The Weather Service forecasts snow accumulations of 4 to 6 inches, along with a trace of ice. The snow is expected to continue in to Thursday, and will also affect the morning commute. The Winter Storm Warning is in effect until 6 p.m. Thursday.