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Matt Noyes
New England - Boston, MA
Chief Meteorologist, NBC10 Boston & necn (New England Cable News)
Interests: parenting, family, friends, New England, weather, forecasting, hiking, fishing, jet skiing, boating, skiing
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Sunshine mixes with fair weather clouds for most of New England today as a busy westerly wind ushers in drier air…though the North Country of New England sees cool showers under a large upper level storm system, with Northern Maine... Continue reading
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Wednesday started sunny for many, but an approaching disturbance coupled with a warm front delivers clouds and scattered, mostly light showers during the afternoon and evening. Many outdoor games and plans may go forward, as long as some occasional light... Continue reading
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Incremental improvement has begun in our New England weather – yesterday’s rain has become today’s scattered showers and thunder after limited morning sun, and will transition to just a scattered sprinkle or light shower by Wednesday. This afternoon’s showers come... Continue reading
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The heaviest rain to impact New England Monday morning tapers to showers and leftover drizzle...then eventually only lingering patches of fog by the overnight. With cloudy skies and an onshore wind for much of the day, some communities will challenge... Continue reading
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Though clouds thicken enough over Connecticut and Western Massachusetts to bring some sprinkles and light rain showers by day’s end into the evening, most of New England enjoys a fabulous day with temperatures climbing to around 80, excepting the south-facing... Continue reading
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The air today is decidedly different in far Southern New England than it is elsewhere – a bit more humid – and this resulted in some South Coast fog early in the day. The difference in air comes as the... Continue reading
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Although a day later than most New Englanders would have liked, summer-like sunshine has returned with temperatures soaring into the 80s. A weak cold front will breed a few puffy clouds during the afternoon, and in CT, RI and Southeast... Continue reading
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A new, dry air has taken hold of most of New England Thursday, and with an onshore wind, temperatures at the coast remain coolest with highs in the 60s as opposed to 70s inland. Partly cloudy skies overnight tonight come... Continue reading
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Thickening clouds deliver pockets of light rain to New England today, and the lack of sunshine keeps temperatures from climbing much beyond 70 degrees – about 10 degrees cooler than yesterday. Although light rain will last through the afternoon and... Continue reading
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Today is about as close to New England perfection as the weather comes – dry air, abundant sunshine and high temperatures in the 70s. With the fantastic weather comes a high UV index (don’t forget the sunscreen) and the air... Continue reading
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A large dome of high pressure – fair weather – is flexing its muscle over Eastern Canada today, pressing enough dry air into New England to keep rain safely south of us, though some clouds continue riding overhead at high... Continue reading
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The air has completely changed across New England from yesterday, as a northeast wind is sweeping across the region, carrying cool and dry air from Canada. Aloft, the same feed of southern moisture that contributed to Tuesday’s thunderstorms hasn’t totally... Continue reading
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New England is on guard for damaging thunderstorms today, particularly in Western Massachusetts and Connecticut, though isolated to scattered severe storms are possible farther east, as well. Though showers precede the storms for some in Central New England – and... Continue reading
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Morning clouds burning off for afternoon sun gets the week started on a pleasant note, with highs in the 70s for many and near 70 at the coast where a sea breeze kicks up from time to time. To our... Continue reading
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Widespread clouds this morning were courtesy of a marine layer of air that penetrated far inland last night, but the strong May sun angle will help to erode these clouds, delivering a fair sky for one and all for the... Continue reading
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A bank of clouds and fog in Eastern New England this morning was the result of lingering moisture from a sea breeze yesterday…and we’ll see a renewed sea breeze developing today. In the immediate term, this means significantly cooler temperatures... Continue reading
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Some incredible weather with a classic spring feeling is settling into New England today and is set to stick around for the next several days. Each day through at least Wednesday, an onshore wind or sea breeze is expected to... Continue reading
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The humidity is palpable in New England today, at least for most of us – cooler air has already arrived to Maine and parts of Northern and Eastern New Hampshire. In this humid air, each disturbance passing overhead has been... Continue reading
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Humidity is on the increase today – not only can we feel the change in air, but the atmosphere is responding with variable clouds and, soon, showers and thunderstorms. In Northern New England, the abundance of clouds limits how warm... Continue reading
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Our first bona fide summer weather preview has arrived! With temperatures soaring into the 80s, summer lovers will delight, especially with relatively low humidity making for a rather comfortable heat by New England standards. Of course, spring heat often comes... Continue reading
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Today is the lone day of transition from a Monday that delivered up to half a foot of snow to parts of New England and a Wednesday that will push temperatures through the middle 80s. In the transition today, puffy... Continue reading
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The same upper level storm that prompted showers, downpours and embedded thunder Sunday will trigger them again today, once again resulting in a few spots of small hailstones and graupel, or soft snow pellets. Amazingly, as this weather system that... Continue reading
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Although rain started Thursday for many New Englanders, emerging sun and a busy westerly breeze are both drying our communities out and warming us up – at least for all except the North Country, where showers continue. Although Southern New... Continue reading
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Rain not only continues today, but becomes more intense as the day wears on, with downpours and embedded thunderstorms at times during the middle and late afternoon into early evening. Of course, this rain will slow travel on New England... Continue reading
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Finally! Tons of sunshine combining with dry air brings a nearly 40 degree temperature rebound for this morning’s coldest communities that began in the 20s and will end the day in the 60s. Coastal communities will be cooler, in the... Continue reading