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Matt Noyes
New England - Boston, MA
Broadcast Meteorologist to all of New England at New England Cable News (NECN)
Interests: parenting, family, friends, New England, weather, forecasting, hiking, fishing, jet skiing, boating, skiing
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After wind gusts to 69 mph at Blue Hill Observatory and 61 mph in Lubec, Maine, the wind that caused pockets of damage has departed and new winds of change are blowing from the west behind a cold front now... Continue reading
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This week begins with a perfectly seasonable day for New England, but what a ride ahead of us in the days to come! After a Monday full of sunshine and high temperatures in the 40s, a storm system moving from... Continue reading
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Mild and breezy weather today is short-lived ahead of a cold front already slicing across New England, ready to return cool autumn air to the region. With all the changes in weather, you can expect a busy wind today, with... Continue reading
TUE-THU: COLD HOLDING STRONG UNTIL THE RIDGE AXIS PASSES…THEN WAA MOVES IN TONIGHT AND AFTER ANY BRIEF DIURNAL TEMP DROP THIS EVE, TEMPS SHOULD TURN AROUND FOR MANY AND RISE OVERNIGHT…LAST IN NORTHERN NEWENG. SHALLOW RADIATIVE INVERSION WILL KEEP WINDS... Continue reading
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A high pressure dome is cresting directly over New England today, and while that resulted in a downright cold night for one and all, sunshine dominates for nearly all of us today. As the center of high pressure ridges move... Continue reading
MON-WED: SHOULD GET PRETTY DARN COLD TONIGHT EVEN WITH A NW WIND NOT QUITE QUITTING ENTIRELY…BUT THE LIGHTER WIND TOMORROW AT LEAST MAKES A SIMILAR TEMP DAY IN SOUTHERN NEWENG FEEL A BIT BETTER, WHILE NORTHERN NEWENG MODERATES. INTERESTING TEMP... Continue reading
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Happy Thanksgiving! Our New England weather is delightful for travel across the region by day and night – surely cool for Turkey Trots, football games and any time outside with high temperatures generally either side of 40 degrees, but sunglasses... Continue reading
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Rain for most of us and snow in the mountains of the North Country will taper from west to east, early to late afternoon, respectively, today…allowing most roads to dry out before temperatures drop below freezing overnight, avoiding icing for... Continue reading
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New England’s weather pattern of oscillating temperatures – alternating between peaking warm and dipping cool every other day or so – will continue for the foreseeable future and today is a warm peak. Although wind today will be just about... Continue reading
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Flurries this morning were courtesy of a strong band of lake-effect snow streaming off Lake Ontario, traversing Upstate New York and surviving the trip with at least a few flakes all the way into Northern Massachusetts before dry air finally... Continue reading
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Brand new, cool autumn air is sweeping across New England, and the changing air is evidenced by a whipping wind from the northwest today, gusting to 40 mph at times. While actual temperatures reach 45-50° this afternoon beneath sun for... Continue reading
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New England is entering a pattern of oscillating weather over the next several days – nice one day, unsettled the next – as a series of fast-moving disturbances traverse the northern tier of the United States and cross our region.... Continue reading
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Did it snow in your town last night? Much of interior Southern New England saw snowflakes mixing in, and in some cases changing over entirely, for a brief time Tuesday night. Behind that disturbance has come a reinforcing shot of... Continue reading
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You won’t see us waving our arms around or jumping up and down over it, but believe it or not, it’s possible that a few flakes fly in New England tonight. We can all feel the new, fall chill that’s... Continue reading
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Clouds are filling the New England sky today as mild air makes its first steps in a return to the region. Coming off a frosty start, temperatures today will have trouble surpassing the middle 50s thanks to all the clouds…but... Continue reading
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A couple of splendid fall days are ahead, with New England reaping the benefits of a high pressure system producing fair weather up and down the Eastern Seaboard Friday into Saturday. Gusty winds Friday morning subside through the afternoon, but... Continue reading
From the National Weather Service Skywarn Spotter Network: Measured Wind Gusts 40 MPH or Greater and Wind Damage Reports: 1000 AM: Warwick RI - Conimicut Light: 44 MPH wind gust 1000 AM: Fall River, MA: 40 MPH wind gust 1022... Continue reading
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The NBC Boston & NECN Early Warning Weather Team continues an Early Warning Weather Alert for our area into Wednesday. Periodic showers and downpours will continue, off and on, through the day today, ramping up to torrential downpours with thunderstorms... Continue reading
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Our long dry spell in New England will come to an end this week as a storm delivers wind and rain for midweek. For now, the work week started with areas of dense fog and even a few pockets of... Continue reading
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The biggest weather headline unquestionably is the incredible weather that will bring sunshine and warmth – some 10 to 20 degrees above normal for this time of the year with highs around 70 Friday and well into the 70s Saturday... Continue reading
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With a large dome of high pressure continuing its hold on New England, dry weather continues to be the theme. One very noticeable change over the last 24 hours is the development of a southwest wind and the resultant bump... Continue reading
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Our recent shot of seasonable air continues today, but a returning mild spell will be heralded in by increasing clouds heading into the weekend. For now, our frosty start is giving way to highs around 60 degrees beneath sunshine…though a... Continue reading
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The rain and humidity associated with yesterday’s remnant of former Hurricane Nate have departed New England, but the warmth lingers for one more day – sunshine couples with a northwest breeze to bump temperatures up to 75-80° this afternoon in... Continue reading
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Nate was once a formidable hurricane when barreling into the Gulf of Mexico coastline this weekend – now, with the storm circulation weakened and winds diminished, Nate is, technically, no longer – but the associated pocket of warmth and water... Continue reading
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Fall color has been expanding nicely across New England, with most of the classic leaf-peeping communities of Northern and Western New England now in moderate to high color, with peak conditions along the Canada border - be sure to see... Continue reading