WBZ-TV's Dan Roche delivers his weekly fantasy football advice, and there's a common trend this week: Play anyone who is going against the Dolphins.
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Expect the rain to taper off followed by clearing yielding a decent supply of sunshine through the afternoon.
The Cape and Islands will get a taste of Hurricane Dorian's wrath on Saturday.
After some overnight downpours, conditions will rapidly improve on Thursday.
The main action and highest period of impact will be between 2 p.m. and 10 p.m.
From August 12-13, it’s estimated that 50 meteors will be seen per hour with some areas reaching 75 shooting stars.
A stormy midweek forecast is in the works as tropical humidity makes a return visit to New England for a two-day stint.
July has been the hottest month of any year in Boston.
A heat wave in New England will end on Wednesday, which marks the fourth straight day with temperatures in the 90s.
Sunday kicked off what now is the second heatwave of 2019.
Friday's practice at Patriots training camp brought warm sunshine and also a bit of twist.
Here’s a few observations as Tom Brady and the Patriots took the field for day one of training camp at Gillette Stadium.
Heavy downpours and rainfall rates of 1-to-2 inches per hour are possible for southeastern Massachusetts Tuesday.
We are tracking multiple waves of heavy rain and possibly some severe weather Monday into Tuesday.
Looking ahead through this week, relief is on the way with much more comfortable weather.
We have just one more day to deal with this stifling heat and humidity before relief arrives!
The heat is on. Temperatures on Friday rose above 90 in the afternoon, meaning the heatwave has officially begun.
Ready to roast? It's gonna be a "scorchah" this weekend as the first heatwave of the season for many folks arrives on Friday.
There's a marginal to slight risk of severe weather Wednesday.
As the Red Sox get ready to kick off the second half of the season, WBZ-TV's Dan Roche fires off some thoughts on what they need to do to turn the season around.
The tropical storm is expected to reach hurricane status over the weekend.
The predicted high temperatures of 90-94 linked with the oppressive humidity will make it feel like about 100-102 degrees.
Severe storms are possible on Sunday in New England.
Keep a watchful eye on the sky as eventual rebuilding clouds morph into a new round of scattered showers and storms in the muggy air.
There will be a raucous night of weather with numerous downpours and thunderstorms, some potentially becoming severe.
We have our first hot and humid, summer-like day and to go along with it, a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for parts of the area.
A developing Nor’easter will bring a chilly rain, gusty winds and even some higher terrain snow to parts of New England Monday night.
This year it seems we have taken the typical New England spring misery to a whole new level.
There will be periods of rain, downpours and embedded thunderstorms through the early morning hours of Saturday.
Temperatures will be much higher than last year, by 20 degrees or more during the day!
There are some reasons for optimism in the latest marathon forecast.
Odds are increasing that this year will be a very wet run in Boston.
We could be in for a second straight wet, raw and cold Marathon Monday that may even include snow.
If Gordon Hayward continues to emerge and play like his former self, a long postseason run just might be in the cards for the Boston Celtics.
Dan Roche says Alex Cora and his staff need to do a better job at getting the urgency back into the Red Sox.
The rain will wind down and then the wind whips up and temperatures go up.
With the 2019 season starting up, let’s give you five predictions for the defending World Series champions.
WBZ-TV's Dan Roche breaks down the Red Sox roster ahead of the new season.