Current Weather and Forecasts

Here at The Flack Broadcasting Group we pride ourselves in having the most accurate weather forecasts for Boonville, Lowville, Old Forge and the surrounding areas.  Check out the forecast, view the radar and keep up to the minute with what’s happening with the weather in Oneida, Lewis, Herkimer and Hamilton County.  We also provide you with any weather related closings as well as national weather service weather watches and warnings.

The wide-ranging climate of the North Country is what sets it apart from most of the rest of the country. In fact, the listening area of the Moose receives over 250 inches of snow each year!

Our very own George Capron has gathered a large network of weather observers throughout the North Country that report temperatures, wind speed, snow accumulation, barometric pressure and rainfall estimates to give The Moose a real cutting edge in accurate weather reporting.

In addition, your hometown radio station The Moose owns its own weather stations and Doppler radar access, which allows our listeners (you) to know when it will snow and how much snow is expected. This Weather information is a must for Winter travel in the North Country.

9.1°F

Boonville

Clear
Humidity: 80%
Wind: ESE at 0 mph
Sunday

23°F/37°F
Monday

23°F/37°F
Tuesday

14°F/38°F
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12°F

Croghan

Clear
Humidity: 79%
Wind: WSW at 0 mph
Sunday

26°F/39°F
Monday

22°F/39°F
Tuesday

14°F/39°F
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4°F

Old Forge

Clear
Humidity: 38%
Wind: SW at 0 mph
Sunday

22°F/34°F
Monday

20°F/35°F
Tuesday

12°F/35°F
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12.6°F

Lowville

Clear
Humidity: 58%
Wind: West at 2.2 mph
Sunday

26°F/38°F
Monday

22°F/37°F
Tuesday

15°F/38°F
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Events

Flack Broadcasting

is home of the Moose and the Blizzard.

The Moose is the North Country's own local country music radio station, and The Blizzard delivers the greatest classic hits from the 60's and 70's, with select tunes from the early 80's.

Learn more about the stations