This post was originally published on June 25, 2015. It’s getting cold and this is wishful thinking. The Weather Channel’s Forecast Factor blog surveyed weather.com users to determine each state’s boiling point, if you will — that is, at what temperature do residents of each state consider it to be “too hot.” “It turns out the answer […]
We’re wicked excited about winter in Maine.
He held out until Oct. 23, but Old Man Winter has given us a warning of what’s to come with a dusting in high elevation areas of the state. The BDN’s Julia Bayly was in Fort Kent to capture a few images of the snowfall there. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration data, the snow […]
Many Mainers will grapple with their mid-season coats, only to under (or over) dress for the weather.
This article was originally published on #Maine on Oct. 6, 2015. The Weather Channel surveyed its viewers across the country to get a gauge of how cold it has to be in each state for residents to consider it “sweater weather,” and perhaps unsurprisingly, Mainers are among the most resistant to the cold. While people […]
This article was originally published on May 28, 2015. GRAND ISLE, Maine — For Carl Bouley, lightning apparently does strike twice. On Wednesday evening, the 16-year-old Madawaska High School junior was in the right place at the right time to capture on video lightning striking a Grand Isle church steeple. “In 2007, on my birthday, […]