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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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Rain showers have been drying up from north to south today, but will return in Connecticut, Rhode Island and Southeast Massachusetts during the late afternoon into the evening commute. Elsewhere, the drier air moving back in is also cooler air,... Continue reading
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Incoming warmth and moisture has been producing widely varied conditions at times across New England…starting with rain showers that exited early in the south, then pockets of dense fog and black ice, and now more clouds than sun taking over... Continue reading
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Today’s chilly weather comes courtesy of a high pressure dome cresting over New England. High pressure brings fair weather – and we’re enjoying splendid sunshine mixed with some wispy, high-altitude cirrus clouds as a result – with a light wind... Continue reading
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A cold front trudging southeast across New England this morning delivered enough dry air to push raindrops out for most but not all – the South Coast and Cape Cod have seen returning rain, ending during the early afternoon as... Continue reading
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Back-to-back disturbances will move through New England today and Tuesday, but with dramatically different results. Limited moisture and a fast-moving disturbance today resulted in pockets of light snow and snow showers, giving way to increasing breaks of sun during the... Continue reading
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Early morning fog and patchy black ice has given way to a bright, breezy, and brisk start to the work week with temperatures hovering in the 30s with west-northwest wind gusts to 40 mph creating wind chill values in the... Continue reading
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For most who grew up in New England, “Blizzard of ‘78” needs no explaining. What has become known as the benchmark storm for New England has since been outdone – at least in the record books – by a higher... Continue reading
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After an icy start off the well-treated interstates, cold and dry air has taken over, sending temperatures down into the 20s and wind chill values to the single digits and teens on a gusty northwest wind to 40 mph in... Continue reading
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The upcoming 10-day forecast stretch is going to be a busy one: though it remains to be determined whether any major storms will impact New England, we certainly have several rounds of nuisance events, at a minimum, in the forecast.... Continue reading
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Our final cold day in the current chilly stretch is upon us, and the wind is noticeably lighter than 24 hours ago, meaning wind chill is much less of a factor and – to exposed skin – today’s air is... Continue reading
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The peak of this cold snap has arrived today, with sunshine unable to get most of us to break 30° and an active northwest wind keeping the wind chill value in the teens south and single digits north. Dry air... Continue reading
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After early morning black ice caused scattered problems in New England, a fair sky has helped to melt that ice, but colder air continues to move in. In fact, temperatures today have been holding steady or rising only slightly as... Continue reading
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The anticipated weekend warmup is nearly upon us – after sunshine ducking in and out of clouds today with highs only in the 30s and a breeze knocking wind chill values into the 20s, New England will find a partly... Continue reading
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Several days of dry weather are ahead for New England, and while that won’t change from day to day, with no organized storms west of us today until you reach the Pacific Northwest, there will actually be a lot of... Continue reading
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Snow will gradually taper this afternoon after dropping over 6” in parts of New England, but black ice will linger into the evening and overnight, particularly away from chemically treated interstates, as temperatures drop into the teens beneath a clearing... Continue reading
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Cold air blowing across the relatively warm ocean waters east of New England is resulting in an air/water temperature difference of about 30 degrees, and that’s been sufficient, when coupled with a southward sagging cold front, to produce some ocean-enhanced... Continue reading
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After a chilly start, we resume our thaw by day…and soon to be both day and night over the next couple of days. After sunshine today, clouds increase late in the day and thicken up overnight, with a weak disturbance... Continue reading
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Although much attention is on the thaw that has begun after a record stretch of sub-20, sub-freezing and sub-40 degree daily high temperatures, a subtle but meaningful cold front is easing south across New England today. This renewed but short-lived... Continue reading
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It’s all about the thaw! Temperatures this week are expected to rise above 50° by Thursday and Friday in Boston, with even Northern New England likely to rise into the 40s by week’s end. It does take a while for... Continue reading
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As clean-up continues from a storm that, at official government observing sites, only met blizzard criteria at one location – Block Island, RI – arctic air has spilled into New England. Temperatures in most communities fell since dawn and it’ll... Continue reading
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Today is the proverbial calm before the storm for New England – we’re finally enjoying an easing of the arctic air, but keep in mind it’s that arctic air that’s kept us dry and removed from the storm path lately,... Continue reading
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The cold continues – low temperatures this morning dropped to 33 below zero in Whitefield, NH, and even the suburbs northwest of Boston along Interstate 95 dropped 10 to 15 degrees below for a time, making some cars and buses... Continue reading
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Now that we’re all spun up on the cold, the most common questions are: is it going to snow? And, when is the cold going away? The answer to snow comes as soon as today and Saturday for some, but... Continue reading
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Bitter, record cold arctic air has arrived to New England and there are no signs of a substantial warming anywhere in our exclusive Early Warning Weather 10-day forecast. In fact, renewed shots of air that may be just as cold... Continue reading