A Ticket to the Snow Show
Suzan Bellincampi
Crazy that snow is so simple, yet so complicated. We all know it is just frozen water, but describing it can get much more detailed.
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What's That in the Fields? Blizzard Leaves Rare Snow Rollers
Sara Brown

The weekend blizzard left a rare calling card: cylindrical hunks of snow called snow rollers strewn across Vineyard fields.

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Martha's Vineyard Digs Out after Blizzard Lashes Island
Sara Brown
A blizzard battered the Vineyard Saturday with high winds and heavy snow, causing power outages and ferry cancellations.
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Year in Weather: Big Blizzards, Sunny Summer
Steve Myrick
Hot enough for you? The quintessential New England weather cliche is usually reserved for July, or August, not December, with church bells ringing carols, flip-flops observed and people hanging out on the Island Home’s weather deck.
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Storm-Tossed Island, But Hurricane Threat Remote
Julia Wells
Drenching rains and gale-force winds marked the start of the weekend, but forecasters and emergency managers breathed a little easier over the powerful hurricane churning through the southern Atlantic.
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Squalls Race Across Island With Downpours, Lightning Strikes
Megan Cerullo

Roads flooded and lightning struck in more than one place when a line of severe squalls raced through the Vineyard Wednesday morning.

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First Day of Summer
Mark Alan Lovewell

Summer arrives on Sunday afternoon at 12:38 p.m. Summer begins for us in that moment, though the weather and the signs have been around for a while. The precise time is more a concept than anything we can observe, measure in time, or experience. It is a moment when the overhead sun reaches farthest north above the equator, our time. If one could follow the sun at the zenith on this day and draw a line on the ground, the line would be what appears on maps as the Tropic of Cancer, a ring around the earth, at latitude 23.5 degrees.

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Federal Assistance for Areas Affected by Storms
Local governments and eligible non-profit organizations are invited to a briefing about federal disaster assistance on May 8.
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Blizzard Trailed by Deep Freeze

The ferocious mid-winter weather that has pummeled the Vineyard with snow, ice, wind and frigid temperatures continued without letup over the weekend as another blizzard roared through. The storm began late Saturday and lasted all day Sunday.

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Island Hunkers Down as Winter Storm Brings Heavy Snow, Wind
After a night and morning of steady snowfall, the snow subsided early Sunday afternoon as a winter storm lashed the Vineyard. Ferries to the Vineyard have been canceled for all of Sunday and the Island is a blanket of white after hours of wind-driven snow for the second time in three weeks.
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