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Joe Joyce is the Chief Meteorologist at NH1 News on WBIN in New Hampshire. Tweets will become more NH centric going forward. I still love you New England!

NH1 Weather Insider with Joe Joyce: May 16, 2015

nh1.com — ago NH1 Chief Meteorologist A warm front is stalling over New England Saturday. Lots of clouds along this front along with a cooler SE wind at the surface will keep it cooler at the coast. There will be a risk of a few showers in the morning across New Hampshire along this front.

NH1 Weather Insider with Joe Joyce: May 13, 2015

nh1.com — 7 hours 16 minutes ago NH1 Chief Meteorologist - NH1.com A cooler wind will come rushing in on Wednesday...I know it's not Frank Sinatra, but it will still be a nice day...just about 20 degrees cooler that Tuesday! Wednesday will start off with sunshine in the morning with a building afternoon clouds.

NH1 Weather Window with Joe Joyce: Spring has finally sprung!

nh1.com — 1 hour 16 minutes ago NH1 Chief Meteorologist - NH1.com Spring has finally sprung! Well, just for a bit at least. A warm front is lifting north Thursday afternoon with SW winds following in behind with increasing sunshine. Temperatures will be spiking during the mid-late afternoon in response to the early April sun with highs climbing into the Lower-mid 50's!

Boston's All-Time Snowfall Record in Jeopardy

necn.com — Boston's all-time snowfall record for one season is 107.6 inches, set in the winter of 1995-96. This year has been a whole other monster altogether, as we have seen a whole winter's worth of snow in just the past month. So far in Boston, we are currently just shy of breaking the record.

Lighter Snow Thursday Morning, Slick Spots

necn.com — Glad to see the weather cooperate for the Patriots victory parade in downtown Boston! Southwest winds have settled in behind a warm front allowing for a more comfortable and seasonal air mass for south-northeast with highs in the lower-mid 30's.

More Snow on the Way in New England

necn.com — Having fun yet? Incredible amounts of snow have fallen in such a short amount of time. We have received a whole winter's amount of snow the course of the past 10 days! When I was digging out from the most recent snowfall, I remember thinking to myself this is the largest snow I can remember digging out from, and the National Weather Service has confirmed it.

Potential "Top 5" New England Snowstorm

necn.com — It is amazing how quickly this storm came together over the weekend! What looked like energy which would slide south of New England has turned now in to a classic nor'easter blizzard coming up the coast and will strike the Northeast with historic amounts of snow!

All Aboard for the Polar Express!

necn.com — The snow is over by the cold and ice remains outside this morning. Much of Northern New England still has temperatures below freezing. Evening snow changed to freezing rain and there is a coating of ice on everything, making travel very slick Sunday morning.

Wintry Mix to Make Roads Slick

necn.com — The forecast remains on track with a round of wintry weather arriving Saturday afternoon into the evening. If anything the precipitation is arriving slightly ahead of schedule. Cold high pressure sits over us this afternoon providing plenty of low level dry air.

Wintry Mix of Snow, Ice and Rain to Move In

necn.com — The NECN Weather Team wishes you all a very happy and safe New Year! We thank you so much for your loyal support and interest in New England weather. We are very excited for big changes at NECN in 2015.
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May 28, 2015

SEVERE T'STORM WARNING until 4:45 PM for Carroll, Strafford cty. Take shelter as storm passes pic.twitter.com/AQLGU0TNGM

May 28, 2015

SEVERE STORM continues to sit over Cheshire cty. Hail 3/4" diameter. pic.twitter.com/NBtm9jss6e

May 28, 2015

Quite a hail storm coming out of S. VT into SW New Hampshire. pic.twitter.com/XoNwEwEUrH

May 28, 2015

SEVERE T'STORM WARNING CHESHIRE CTY UNTIL 3:30 PM. LARGE HAIL NEAR WINCHESTER, NH pic.twitter.com/xFndRwrBKs

May 28, 2015

Other complex of storms north of Lakes region. Moultonborough tracking to Conway. Heavy downpours. pic.twitter.com/B3nHMs0JYU

May 28, 2015

Nasty storm heading to Portsmouth. 3/4" size hail, heavy rain. Border-line severe storm. pic.twitter.com/KK9UB5ifdA

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