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Joe Joyce is the Chief Meteorologist at NH1 News on WBIN in New Hampshire. Celebrating 20 years forecasting New England Weather! Thanks for the follow!

NH1 First Alert Weather: Hermine's Impact on the Northeast Labor Day Weekend

nh1.com — 5 minutes 15 seconds ago NH1 Chief Meteorologist Tropical Storm Hermine continues to barrel to the Florida panhandle with sustained winds up to 70 mph in the center of the storm. Just under Hurricane strength. This storm continues to get stronger and will likely be upgraded to a hurricane today as it will be making landfall tonight somewhere near Apalachicola tonight.

NH1 First Alert Weather: Severe-Extreme Drought in southern NH

nh1.com — 6 minutes 43 seconds ago NH1 Chief Meteorologist It's official! This drought is getting bad, or should we say extreme? The US Drought Monitor released a new report today and declared and upgraded portions of southeast New Hampshire, particularly the Merrimack Valley to be in an "Extreme" drought.

Joe Knows: Perseids meteor shower could create 150-200 shooting stars per hour in NH

nh1.com — 5 hours 57 minutes ago NH1.com You may want to make plans to stay up late or set the early morning alarm this week. The Perseids meteor showers are here and they promise to be one of the most spectacular displays in more than a decade - weather permitting, of course.

NH1 FIRST ALERT WEATHER: NOT A GREAT WEEKEND...BUT...!

nh1.com — 22 minutes 44 seconds ago NH1 Chief Meteorologist Friday will be a less active weather. A cold front has pushed south of New Hampshire and is stalled across Southern New England. Patchy fog this morning with abundant low clouds in place for most of the day with a cooler onshore east wind.

Late April Snow Has It's Limitaions

nh1.com — 1 hour 30 minutes ago NH1 Chief Meteorologist Yes, the dreaded four letter word is happening today...SNOW! At least in some parts of New Hampshire! This time of year it is extremely hard for snow to accumulate. It is going up against a variety of limiting factors which make any meteorologist pause before making a snow map with large snow totals.

FIRST ALERT WEATHER WARNING

nh1.com — 50 minutes 24 seconds ago NH1 Chief Meteorologist A band of moderate snow pushed through during the early morning hours of Monday. A widespread 1-3" snowfall fell in many locations, with a few isolated heavier amounts. Roads are snow covered early Monday, so please use caution while travelling.

Joe Joyce: why journalists should, and should not, write fiction

irishtimes.com — Journalists should not write novels, my first agent declared at our first meeting. As a journalist trying to write a novel I was taken aback and asked why not. Because, she said, they keep stopping the action to explain the significance of what has just happened. It is an occupational hazard.

NH1 Weather Insider with Joe Joyce: December 10, 2015

nh1.com — 8 minutes 17 seconds ago NH1 Chief Meteorologist Thursday is starting off with drizzle and scattered light showers. It won't last long. Any precipitation will be over by 9 AM, but the clouds will remain. This upper level disturbance will pull away with drier air following in for the afternoon under a SSW wind.

NH1 Weather Insider with Joe Joyce: November 26, 2015

nh1.com — 49 minutes 42 seconds ago NH1 Chief Meteorologist A huge area of high pressure parked off the coast is close enough to us to keep us dry through Friday. In fact, last night this high broke a record for the highest surface pressure ever recorded in eastern New England in November clocking in at 1046 mb.

After the fire, a familiar Irish story: we treat our Travellers as outcasts

theguardian.com — Four-year-old Tom Connors came out of hospital with nowhere to live last Wednesday, the day of the funerals of his baby sister, two brothers and parents, and the day after the burial of five more of his relatives who all died together in a fire on a Traveller site.
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Sep 28, 2016

RT @RyanShampWX: Decent rainfall through monday. Heaviest Friday through sunday. Expect .75-3 inches E MA, .5-2 inches elsewhere https://t.co/1ekGxFehFu

Sep 28, 2016

RT @Ants_SNEweather: Here is newly formed Tropical Storm Matthew. The 13th named system of the season. seasonal norm is 11… https://t.co/tohhl2dOZA

Sep 28, 2016

RT @SolarHam: Moderate (G2) geomagnetic storm in progress. Sky watchers at high latitudes should be alert for visible aurora once… https://t.co/Q8XI9ghTUN

Sep 28, 2016

RT @ericfisher: There is some serious boom-sauce ahead of #Matthew as it heads west. A possible candidate for rapid intensification… https://t.co/MWavRXj7Zz


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