Thundersnow is expected in Thursday’s storm, according to the Farmer’s Almanac, after last being reported in the weather just before the new year. The Farmer’s Almanac Facebook page wrote early last night: The Almanac’s Sandi Duncan wrote in 2009: “Thunderstorms occur when an air mass becomes so unstable that it overturns violently. This usually happens […]
It’s snowing across the state, but here in Bangor it’s not sticking to the ground at the time of this post. If you haven’t looked out your window to see the snow, just get online. Here’s a picture taken in Rangeley posted early today on Reddit’s r/Maine, courtesy of u/russianpotato. Here are some other people that […]
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 […]
Many Mainers will grapple with their mid-season coats, only to under (or over) dress for the weather.
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, […]