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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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Monday brings our final day of showery and cool weather before – as so often happens in New England – the weather switch flips to summer. As the upper level energy and cold air responsible for Mother’s Day and Monday... Continue reading
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A sprawling area of high pressure, or fair weather, dominates across the Northeast Friday into Saturday with sunshine and dry air. The combination of sun, slightly warmer than normal temperatures and no rain makes for some beautiful days, but also... Continue reading
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The Boston Metropolitan area points south and southeast saw a wet start with very little snow and ice, while those in North-Central and Northeast interior Massachusetts points north and west began Saturday slippery with falling snow, sleet and freezing rain.... Continue reading
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A rain/snow mix will expand across New England on Friday, though with most communities experiencing temperatures well above the freezing mark, overall impact will be very limited during the daylight hours. In Western New England, it’s a different story, where... Continue reading
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Nice day today with plenty of sun tho a bit cool, highs near 50 but a breeze thru lunch. Wispy cirrus clouds later mean a storm is coming. Lots to consider with the event for Friday/Friday Night/Sat and I'm hearing... Continue reading
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I’ve heard from so many of you: “When is the sun coming back?!” The answer has been, “Wednesday,” and here we are…while the sun won’t be abundant, most of us will see some breaks today. In addition to providing an... Continue reading
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Welcome to astronomical spring, as of just prior to 6:30 this morning! Of course, I say "astronomical spring" because in the world of meteorology, we tend to view March, April and May as the spring season, as that tends to... Continue reading
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There's already buzz about the storm showing up in our 10-day forecast for next Monday night through Wednesday. One thing you know I cherish with our team at NBC Boston and NECN is avoiding hype and sensationalism, and delivering reliable... Continue reading
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Although temperatures have taken a 15 degree tumble from Sunday to Monday, most of New England still remains warmer-than-normal, and will continue relatively mild through the exclusive Early Warning Weather 10-day forecast. Nonetheless, an increasing northerly wind Monday will ensure... Continue reading
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As cleanup begins across New England, most of us are shoveling out somewhere between six and sixteen inches of new snow. Scraping that much snow off the road takes time, and many schools have delayed or closed for Friday, extending... Continue reading
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Headlines this morning focused on widespread icy roads for the Boston Metropolitan area, grinding traffic to a halt and resulting in the shutdown of portions of interstates and some of their entrance and exit ramps. A crash on Interstate 95... Continue reading
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Just realized I never posted the February monthly forecast I aired 4:30-7 AM yesterday on NBC Boston and NECN - so here it is! First, full disclosure, my 75% accuracy on monthly forecasts didn't show through in January as it... Continue reading
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The NBC Boston Early Warning Weather team has issued an Early Warning Weather Alert through Wednesday morning at 8 AM. Snow is expected to develop from southwest to northeast across Southern New England Tuesday midday through afternoon, reaching Connecticut during... Continue reading
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This week, New England's weather pattern changes in two notable ways: temperatures more typical of the season arrive and a series of energetic disturbances bring the likelihood of some periods of snow or snow showers. The week begins with a... Continue reading
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Snow continues expanding across New England this morning and will continue falling heavily at times, particularly during the middle to late morning hours. Though not an epic storm, this snow strikes during the last weekend before the Christmas holiday, and... Continue reading
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Returning sunshine to New England Sunday marks the start of a dry and brighter period for the six-state region, at least for a couple of days. As is often the case this time of the year, dry air also means... Continue reading
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Early morning clouds and southern showers have ushered in a drying northwest wind that promises sunny but brisk conditions for most of New England today, with high temperatures generally 55-60, but wind chill values about 50-55…and even cooler air across... Continue reading
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My blog posts are typically analysis of upcoming or ongoing weather, but once in awhile it's important to stop and smell the roses - or at least enjoy the scenery. Each New Englander has our own "favorite season," but those... Continue reading
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Hurricane Matthew has taken center stage in both the weather community and the world at large over the last couple of days, making landfall in Les Anglais, Haiti, Tuesday morning, shortly before 8 AM, as an estimated Category Four Hurricane.... Continue reading
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Each Thursday we receive an update to the “Drought Monitor” – the updated status of ongoing drought areas across the nation, as determined by a University/Government consortium. Though we received some rain earlier this week – and it was taken... Continue reading
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As the coldest air of the young fall season swept across New England Sunday night into Monday morning, overnight low temperatures dipped well into the 30s for many, prompting frost advisories all the way south to the interior southern suburbs... Continue reading
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The remnant circulation of what was Hermine continues spinning south of New England, over the Atlantic waters, and this means we continue to see an onshore wind flow here at home. The result of the continued wind off the water... Continue reading
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With the expansion of the extreme drought classification for the entire Boston Metropolitan area through the Merrimack Valley into Manchester, NH, we've reached a point where some groundwater wells are running dry, and both short and long term impacts to... Continue reading
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After one day of incredible heat Thursday, and two individuals struck by lightning in Connecticut, we're expecting a repeat of weather Friday, as high temperatures will reach the 90s with heat index values - the combined impact of heat and... Continue reading
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Heat continues in New England today, and while some immediate coastal locales may fall just shy of 90 degrees – and Boston will ride the line at either 89 or 90 degrees, most communities extend the ongoing heat wave, today... Continue reading