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Past articles by Sarah:

Home runs and pond hockey: a meteorologist explains humidity and sports

The dew point reached record high levels for the date Wednesday in Boston … touching 72 degrees. → Read More

The Gills Club inspiring next generation of female shark scientists

The Gills Club is the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy's all-girls STEM-based education initiative. → Read More

Chatham Shark Center researching, tagging and teaching all about sharks

Chatham is known for its beautiful beaches, but it's what is in the water that attracts many visitors to this seaside town. → Read More

Boy's love of sharks gains attention while battling heart disease

A boy's love of sharks is getting some major attention as he battles heart disease, and even caught the eye of the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy. → Read More

Drones soaring to help local farms stay afloat

Belkin Family Lookout Farm in Natick has 350 years of history, but modern technology is keeping it relevant. → Read More

The cold start to spring, explained

Lately, it feels like the winter that won't let go. Only two of the first nine days of April were above average - the rest below. → Read More

Being Boston: Teacher's passion for science blazing path for future careers

A club at a Boston school is blazing a path for future careers in Science. → Read More

Crews remove Jeep that fell through ice on Lake Winnipesaukee

A driver was able to escape after his Jeep fell through thin ice in New Hampshire. → Read More

Ice jams: What are they and what causes them?

Ice jams have been causing concern across New England this winter. → Read More

Widespread flooding from nor'easter brings new attention to sea wall

The "what ifs" of flooding in Boston have now become reality after last week's nor'easter brought water to Long Wharf, the Seaport and beyond. → Read More

How the grounds crew transforms Fenway Park during off season

We all know Fenway Park is a field of dreams transformed for concerts and football and hockey games when the boys of summer aren't playing. But there isn't an off season for the Boston Red Sox Ground Crews. → Read More

Could a sea wall protect Boston from coastal flooding?

Oceans are rising and storms are intensifying and it wouldn't take much to flood a coastal city like Boston. → Read More

Spotting sharks from the sky: 'Smart balloons' give new perspective

Spotting sharks from the sky: 'Smart balloons' give new perspective → Read More

Massachusetts drought: What to expect after wet spring

Massachusetts drought: What to expect after wet spring → Read More

No decision yet on if NRG Stadium roof will be opened or closed

Open or closed? The NFL has yet to make a decision if the retractable roof of NRG stadium will be open or closed for the Super Bowl this Sunday. → Read More

Professor creates online lesson plan to show weather caused Deflategate

An MIT professor has created a free interactive online lesson through MIT Blossoms for high school teachers and students that teaches science through Deflategate. → Read More

City of Boston says its ready for the snow

As temperatures are dropping and snow is in the forecast, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh addressed how the city is preparing for the upcoming winter. → Read More

Full "blue" moon this weekend

“Once in a blue moon…” a saying typically reserved for rare occurrences. → Read More

A cloudy Sunday morning turns into a mild afternoon

SUNDAY AFTERNOON A backdoor cold front should push southward by Sunday bringing slightly cooler air into southern New England. High temperatures will be in the upper 40s to low 50s north of Boston and the low to mid 50s south of Boston. Not much budge from the overnight lows. Despite the ‘cooler’ weather, temps will still be warmer than normal. (Typically we are in the low 40s this time of… → Read More

Wednesday cloudy, highs in the 40s

Expect a lot of clouds around this morning. Wake up temperatures will mostly be in the 30s. → Read More