There are still a few weeks left of the fall season, but there have already been days where it has felt more like winter. Is it a sign of things to come?  In the below video, the Pinpoint Weather Team takes a look back at previous winters and looks ahead at the long-range forecast – telling you what to expect this winter and how you can make sure you’re prepared for whatever Mother Nature sends our way. 

WATCH 12 ON 12: WINTER WEATHER OUTLOOK

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WEATHER BLOG

For the real weather nerds who are thirsting for more on the science behind the long-range forecast, Tony went more in-depth about the Winter Weather Outlook on the Pinpoint Weather Blog. Check out the post here »

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WACKY WEATHER

Southern New England is home to a variety of wacky weather! For example; a bomb cyclone isn’t a made-up Hollywood term. it’s actually a meteorological phenomenon! How about thundersnow? In the video below, Meteorologist Torry Gaucher gives you an inside look at some of the wacky weather that Mother Nature brings to Southern New England. 

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WEATHER QUIZ: TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE

How much do you know about winter weather? Take our quiz to find out. (Hint: Some of the answers are in the videos above)


WINTER WEATHER RESOURCES


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BREAD & MILK STORMS

We’ve all joked about it – people clearing out the stores to get bread and milk anytime a winter storm is approaching. So, how did that actually become a thing? Check out what Michelle Muscatello and Danielle North found out, plus, take our Facebook poll.

The History of "Bread & Milk" Storms

We've all joked about it – people clearing out the stores to get bread and milk anytime a winter storm is approaching. So, how did that actually become a thing? Here's what we found out. While watching – don't forget to answer our poll – how much snow does it take for you to run out and get the bread and milk?

Posted by WPRI 12 on Friday, November 15, 2019

CREDITS

Executive Producer/Reporter – Torry Gaucher
Pinpoint Weather Team – Tony Petrarca, Michelle Muscatello, T.J. Del Santo, Pete Mangione, Torry Gaucher
Chief Videographers/Editors – John Villella and Corey Welch
Graphic Designer – Lisa Mandarini
Producers – Erica Ponte
Digital Content Producers – Nick Blair, Lee Dooley & Nancy Krause
Special Thanks – Jessica Bradley


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