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.
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.
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.