I’m Richard Firey, but everyone calls me Ricky. I currently reside in Kingston, NH. I grew up and lived in the Seacoast area since 1996 when my family moved to Seabrook. Since I was a child I have always loved the weather and being outside when I have down time, I love to be out hiking a mountain, exploring new things, and being with my family and friends. I graduated from Great Bay Community College in 2013 and I’m slowly finishing up my bachelors degree at UNH in Forestry. I have been forecasting locally since 2010 when I started my Twitter account, @NHSeacoast_WX. My main purpose when I started my Twitter account, and to this day is still my main goal, is to deliver a reliable, local, no hype weather forecast.
More Snow, Freezing Rain Possible for New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts After Valentine’s Day
The Valentine's Day storm is looking like just the appetizer. More snow is likely right behind it.
New Hampshire, Massachusetts Seacoast Could Get Stuck With 9 Inches of Snow in Super Bowl Storm
Unlike the last storm, this one will be more of a quick mover, starting Sunday mid-morning and continuing until just after 9 p.m.
Significant Winter Storm Could Give Seacoast More Than 6 Inches of Snow
Snow accumulations right at our coastal roads could amount to 8-11 inches.
Seacoast Snow Showers To Precede Bitter Cold This Week
Although it’s been a relatively tame winter by New England standards, things might soon be changing.
Flooding On Seacoast Possible For Christmas Eve, Christmas Day
Flooding and heavy winds could cause some issues across the Seacoast late Christmas Eve and into Christmas Day.