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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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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
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The Columbus Day weekend is upon us, and in New England, this often means an exodus from our cities and suburbs to rural communities in search of a dazzling display of fall foliage color. This year, the weather and the... Continue reading
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Today, New England is keeping the sunshine of the last few days but adding something new to the recipe: warmth! A southwest wind has already been noticeably increasing and will gust at times to over 30 mph, working in combination... Continue reading
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Record-challenging temperatures will soar to 85-90° again this afternoon as a summer swelter continues here in the start of fall. Along the coast, a sea breeze will cap temperatures about five degrees cooler and nosedive temperatures to the 70s by... Continue reading
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Hurricane Jose continues to churn northward Monday, between the Carolinas and Bermuda, and about 500 miles south of Nantucket. Although a New England landfall is unlikely – meaning the center of the storm is unlikely to pass directly over land... Continue reading
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The 5 AM update from the National Hurricane Center aired within 60 seconds of its issuance on NBC Boston and NECN – for good reason. The Hurricane Center’s latest 5-day forecast places the South Coast of New England into the... Continue reading
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Today brings another day of summer air in September with ample sunshine and highs in the 80s, though with a light prevailing wind, we’ll likely find afternoon sea breezes at the coast. Most of the remnant moisture from what was... Continue reading
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Sunshine galore continues for New England with high pressure – fair weather – firmly in control, but today as the wind shifts to blow from the southwest, we open the door to warmer air. High temperatures will rise into the... Continue reading
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As Hurricane Irma lashes the Leeward Islands today – the strongest storm on record in the Atlantic Ocean with 185 mph sustained winds and gusts estimated over 200 mph – Florida prepares for impacts from Irma this weekend. Although the... Continue reading
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While the nation’s eyes are on Hurricane Irma – now a ferocious Category Five Hurricane approaching the Eastern Caribbean – here in New England our sights are on a disturbance that should result in some strong thunderstorms later today and... Continue reading
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An approaching cold front is slow enough today to allow temperatures to rise over 80 degrees for some of Southern New England, but once the front passes through, the wind will blow from the northwest and start a flow of... Continue reading
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Though the eyes of our nation have been on Harvey, preparing for its third landfall and continuing to dump even more rainfall on already record-breaking floods, here in New England our eyes are turned to the East Coast, where a... Continue reading
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It would be nearly impossible to transition from the dry air of Thursday to the new tropical air moving in, without having some rain in between. Sure enough, rain will fall for all of New England today, varying in intensity... Continue reading
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A few great days of weather lay ahead for New England with sunshine and warmth expected Wednesday and Thursday, interrupted by a cool overnight with patchy valley fog Wednesday night. Wednesday afternoon may feature an isolated shower or rumble of... Continue reading
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Heat continues across New England for our Friday, though humidity has eased a bit for most of us, except on Cape Cod where tropical air remains. Nonetheless, a general drying of the atmosphere will make Friday a storm-free day outside... Continue reading
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Humid air is building back into New England, and will continue to become more pronounced through the midweek as heat accompanying the humidity will push temperatures near 90 degrees. Though the rise in both heat and humidity will be incremental,... Continue reading
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For the time-being, New England continues to enjoy pleasant summer weather, but changes are ahead. Summer warmth comes without all that much humidity today, and aside from some recurring showers straddling our border with Canada, the region remains dry with... Continue reading
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Tuesday morning rain was accompanied by some thunder and represented the leading edge of humid air, moving back into New England for the midweek. Though steady rain is departing by midday Tuesday, the moisture-rich atmosphere will brew a few isolated... Continue reading
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The past couple of days we’ve been watching a stalled out front nearby – today it will impact our weather significantly. Keep in mind that a front divides different types of air – in this case humid warmth south from... Continue reading
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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