The 22News Storm Team is tracking rain that could lead to flooding in some areas throughout western Massachusetts.
22News is working for you with how beneficial Tuesday’s rainfall, and the leftover snow packs, are to western Massachusetts.
We had some snow Saturday, but a soaking rain on Tuesday. How much snow would we have seen if the temperature had been a little colder?
Our next storm system is bringing snow to the Rockies on Tuesday, and will intensify as it moves eastward.
MassDOT is closing the bridge as a safety measure while engineers inspect the condition of the bridge beams.
There’s even a chance for a thunderstorm Tuesday night.
State Police are looking into what led to the crash on the westbound side of the highway near the Lee/Becket town line.
March certainly did not go “out like a lamb” this year, but what kind of weather can we expect for April?
The church that dates to 1857 has fallen into disrepair in recent years following the death of the Rev. Esther Dozier in 2007.
Police are releasing new information regarding a body found in a dumpster behind a business on Tyler Street.
22News is working for you with other ways that snow might melt quicker this upcoming week.
The 22News Storm Team is working for you to determine if it’s normal to see snow in the month of April.
The mix of snow, sleet, and freezing rain is expected to last through Saturday afternoon. Here’s a list of what’s accumulated so far.
Areas north and west of the Pioneer Valley will be getting mainly snow, while southern and eastern areas will be getting a wintry mix.
40 years later a Norman Rockwell painting was returned to the rightful owners after is was stolen from their home.
22News is working for you with a listing of area parking bans.
Drivers are being urged to take it slow on the Massachusetts Turnpike as snow and sleet falls in portions of western Massachusetts.
22News explains why environmental advocates say it’s the state’s job to protect our waterways.
22News Storm Team Meteorologist Nick Bannin looked into why grassy surfaces may get the worst of the storm.
Several western Massachusetts communities will be able to make much-needed repairs to small bridges in danger due to deterioration.