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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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Less humid air is steadily moving across Northern New England today and northern residents will really feel the difference by this afternoon while Southern New England remains in soupy air. Near the boundary between these two types of air –... Continue reading
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Stubborn clouds will yield to decent breaks of sunshine for most of New England today, and the heart of New England will escape without thunderstorms this afternoon as the center of the energetic disturbance responsible for recent showers and thunder... Continue reading
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Fog and clouds break for at least some sunshine today, but with so much humidity in the air and another spoke of atmospheric energy moving overhead, expect pockets of showers, downpours and embedded thunder to develop this afternoon into early... Continue reading
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The humid air in place across New England shows no signs of relenting considerably in the foreseeable future, but this doesn’t necessarily mean temperatures will be hot, and today is proof: clouds and a northeast wind are holding temperatures in... Continue reading
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Fresh air has swept into New England to end the workweek and the difference is palpable – much lower humidity even as temperatures climb well into the 80s. This really limits the chance of showers and thunder, though a reinforcing... Continue reading
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Heat and humidity have coupled to create not only high temperatures in the 90s, but heat index values of over 100° for many New England communities today. Perhaps surprisingly given so much humidity, thunderstorms are not expected for the vast... Continue reading
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Although Tuesday’s air is slightly more humid than Monday’s, Cape Cod and the South Coast are the only places in New England that have seen a return of deeper humidity. The air is about to change for more of us... Continue reading
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Overnight and early morning downpours swept from south to north across New England, and while rain and big puddles were the story for most – a few towns ended up with a much bigger story: a tornado appears to have... Continue reading
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New England is in a somewhat repetitive weather pattern over the next few days as a deep south-southeast wind flow carries continued humidity and warmth into New England. Because ocean temperatures are cooler, the tendency is for developing showers and... Continue reading
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The pleasant air that burst into New England Wednesday has some staying power and is teaming with an easterly wind to keep temperatures in check Thursday and Friday with highs in the 70s at the coast and around 80 inland.... Continue reading
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If you liked Monday’s weather, you’ll like today’s, too – heat without substantial humidity as temperatures rise at or above 90 degrees in Central and Southern New England. A cold front pressing south through Northern New England Tuesday morning will... Continue reading
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It’s a rarity that New England sees temperatures around 90 degrees from north to south without much in the way of humidity, but today is one of those exceptional days. A southwest wind will team with plentiful sunshine to boost... Continue reading
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Although heat continues across New England today, there are some subtle changes that make a difference: a sea breeze will kick up along our shorelines, bringing temperatures back into the 80s after highs near 90 at our beaches; though the... Continue reading
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While this persistent heat surely can put a strain on the body and our New England electrical grid, there’s a reality that many New Englanders dream of weather just like this for Independence Day, and that mid-summer dream has become... Continue reading
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Beyond the obvious of hot weather rolling on for New England, there are certainly some interesting and noteworthy features. The first came predawn in Northern Maine as a damaging thunderstorm roared through the rural country south of Clayton Lake, not... Continue reading
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Two disturbances are affecting New England today, though neither is all that impactful. The first disturbance brought morning showers to the South Coast with rainbows at dawn ahead of the showers, but unable to move farther north. Meanwhile, the second... Continue reading
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Although our New England air is pleasant today, there’s a cold front approaching from the north and a disturbance moving east out of the Great Lakes that will close in on our region by tonight. The Crown of Maine is... Continue reading
At least one tornado was quickly confirmed by the National Weather Service from Monday’s severe weather. Three miles northwest of Lincoln, New Hampshire, in Grafton County, a hiker filmed a small tornado from Mount Pemigewasset. In the video, the circulation... Continue reading
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Temperatures soaring into the 90s today will challenge records, including the standing record of 94° in the City of Boston, and when coupled with increasing humidity, heat index or “feels like” values will near the century mark. An approaching cold... Continue reading
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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