Sunday, May 26, 2013
You'll still need a sweater, but the showers that have dampened our holiday weekend are on their way out of here: The National Weather Service predicts a sunny Memorial Day for Martha's Vineyard with a high of 62 degrees.
It will not rain on our Memorial Day parade, according to the National Weather Service. After a Sunday of isolated showers, NWS forecasters say skies will clear overnight and Monday will be sunny and cool, reaching a high of 62 degrees on Martha's Vineyard. Memorial Day observances on the Vineyard: The Second Annual "Brave Women, Brave Men" Benefit Concert takes place Sunday at 4 p.m. at the Martha's Vineyard Film Center, 79 Beach Rd, Vineyard Haven, with guitarist and singer/songwriter Jonathan Auerbach, vocalist Carole Charlin and Alejandro Carreno on percussion. Tickets are $10 to benefit Dukes County Veteran's Services. Monday's Memorial Day parade in Vineyard Haven begins at 10 a.m. at the American Legion parking lot and leads to Oak…
Thursday, March 21, 2013
Light snow began falling at around 1 p.m. Wednesday in Oak Bluffs and Edgartown. National Weather Service forecasters say southeastern Massachusetts could get 1 to 3 inches today and tonight.
Yesterday's vernal equinox notwithstanding, snow began to fall on Martha's Vineyard Wednesday afternoon and the National Weather Service says up to three inches could come our way. The snow showers should taper off by 9 a.m. Friday, according to the NWS forecast, with skies gradually clearing to sunny. Stay Patched in! Follow Martha's Vineyard Patch on Twitter | Like Martha's Vineyard Patch on Facebook | Sign up for the daily email with links to the latest news | Got something to say? Start a blog and share your views.
Monday, March 18, 2013
Winter's not done with us yet: We could get one to three inches of snow overnight before it changes to rain, snow and sleet and then to rain, forecasters say.
Martha's Vineyard can expect to see more snow, sleet and rain overnight and Tuesday. In response to a Patch query, WCVB meteorologist Harvey Leonard advised on Twitter that the Vineyard can look for about 1 to 3 inches of slushy snow tonight that will be washed away in the rain. The National Weather Service, which predicts for tonight the likelihood of Tuesday will be rainy, mainly before 5 p.m., according to the the National Weather Service, which is predicting The rain will move out overnight Tuesday and Wednesday should be mostly sunny and breezy with a high around 37, according to the NWS. Click "Keep me posted" for automatic notification when we publish weather updates. You may also be interested in Stay Patched in! Follow Martha's …
Saturday, February 16, 2013
A winter storm warning from the National Weather Service replaces the winter weather advisory issued earlier today. High winds and up to 10 inches of snow are expected.
For an update on the storm, please see Near-Blizzard Conditions Possible Sunday. The National Weather Service in Taunton has issued a winter storm warning for heavy snow and strong winds which is in effect until 7 pm EST Sunday. The winter weather advisory is no longer in effect. A high wind warning is also in effect for Dukes County. Source: National Weather Service. Click "Keep me posted" for automatic updates on the storm. You may also be interested in: Stay Patched in this winter! Follow Martha's Vineyard Patch on Twitter | Like Martha's Vineyard Patch on Facebook | Sign up for the daily email with links to the latest news | Got something to say? Start a blog and share your views.
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
The National Weather Service expresses "moderate to high confidence of light accumulating snowfall for the south coast tonight," according to a Hazardous Weather Outlook issued early Wednesday morning.
A low pressure system off the coast may bring a little more snow our way soon, according to a Hazardous Weather Outlook issued early Wednesday morning by the National Weather Service. Covering Dukes County along with the rest of the state, northern Connecticut and all of Rhode Island, the weather outlook indicates "moderate to high confidence of light accumulating snowfall for the south coast tonight." In a more detailed statement, the NWS explains that "the combination of marginal temperatures and the quick progression of the system should really limit any significant snowfall accumulations." By Thursday morning, according to the NWS, "the storm will be well off the Atlantic coast and conditions will begin to clear out over the eastern U.…