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22News explains why we’re seeing so many brush fires lately throughout western Massachusetts.
Wind gusts reached almost 50 mph
22News explains how unusual this warm weather is during the month of April.
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While much of the central and eastern Pioneer Valley is considered “abnormally dry,” only part of one town still has drought conditions.
The governor has declared a state of emergency and there are fears more fires could start soon.
The recent warm weather has been melting snow to our north, which is causing the water level of the Connecticut River to rise.
22News is working for you with how you can find snow mold on your yard this spring.
The milder weather has helped trees and bushes bloom, but that might not be good news for allergy sufferers.
Last summer, a drought swept through Western Massachusetts and a number of other areas in New England.
The Connecticut River is currently below flood stage, but will come closest to flood stage on Thursday.
The melting snow in Vermont and New Hampshire may cause some minor flooding in Massachusetts along the lower Connecticut River.
It was another warm day on April 11th, even hot! 22News saw how people were out enjoying this early spring warm up on Tuesday.
We have had a sunny past few days, but we’ve seen plenty of rain so far this month. So why are we still at risk for brush fires?
Locals have been enjoying the sight of water rushing over the Holyoke Dam, thanks to a series of heavy rain and snow storms.
22News spoke with local firefighters about what you can do to prevent brush fires from starting in your area.
The temperature at Westover Air Reserve Base reached 80 degrees Monday night, breaking a record that lasted more than 60 years!