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Northern New England Weather Forecasts

Northeast USA National Weather Service Forecasts, Conditions, Temperatures

Northern New England Weather Forecasts, Advisories, Conditions, Temperatures, Road ConidtionsNorthern New England Weather is often described as “quick-changing” and variable. Northern New England’s Mount Washington is said to have the harshest weather in the nation. Winter can bring snow measured in feet on the highest peaks of Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. Summer is sweet with warm days and mild evenings. The weather can vary dramatically from southern New England to northern New England. Temperatures are often at least 10 degrees colder in the northern New England states (Maine, NH, and Vermont) than they are in the southern New England states (Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island). View the latest National Weather Service Forecast, CT weather maps, forecasts, wind conditions and temperatures below. To feature your favorite Northern New England business, please contact us.

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Current Northern New England Weather Alerts from the National Weather Service

  • There are no active watches, warnings or advisories There are no active watches, warnings or advisories - There are no active watches, warnings or advisories
  • Coastal Flood Advisory issued April 27 at 3:30AM EDT until April 28 at 3:00AM EDT by NWS Coastal Flood Advisory issued April 27 at 3:30AM EDT until April 28 at 3:00AM EDT by NWS - ...LONG PERIOD WAVES WILL CONTINUE THROUGH HIGH TIDE TONIGHT POSSIBLY LEADING TO SOME SPLASH-OVER AND MINOR BEACH EROSION... .LONG PERIOD NEARSHORE WAVES 5-7 FEET WILL CONTINUE ALONG SOUTHWEST COASTAL MAINE AND THE SEACOAST OF NEW HAMPSHIRE THROUGH THE ASTRONOMICAL HIGH TIDE OF 11.7 FEET TO OCCUR SHORTLY AFTER MIDNIGHT, 12:42 AM IN PORTLAND. THE COMBINATION OF THE WAVES AND
  • Coastal Flood Advisory issued April 27 at 3:30AM EDT until April 28 at 3:00AM EDT by NWS Coastal Flood Advisory issued April 27 at 3:30AM EDT until April 28 at 3:00AM EDT by NWS - ...LONG PERIOD WAVES WILL CONTINUE THROUGH HIGH TIDE TONIGHT POSSIBLY LEADING TO SOME SPLASH-OVER AND MINOR BEACH EROSION... .LONG PERIOD NEARSHORE WAVES 5-7 FEET WILL CONTINUE ALONG SOUTHWEST COASTAL MAINE AND THE SEACOAST OF NEW HAMPSHIRE THROUGH THE ASTRONOMICAL HIGH TIDE OF 11.7 FEET TO OCCUR SHORTLY AFTER MIDNIGHT, 12:42 AM IN PORTLAND. THE COMBINATION OF THE WAVES AND

Current Northern New England Weather Forecast from the National Weather Service

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