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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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Beautiful weather and seasonable temperatures have been a welcome sight today, but will give way to thickening clouds and arriving showers for the evening into the first half of the overnight as another disturbance moves across New England. In our... Continue reading
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Some of the same atmospheric moisture that caused morning fog and black ice will make itself evident again this afternoon and evening in the form of bubbling clouds ahead of an approaching disturbance and a push of milder air. Late... Continue reading
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Today’s sunshine has been accompanied by more chilly air – some 8 to 10 degrees below normal for the date – as snow flies across the Appalachian and Mid-Atlantic states to our south. Clouds will gradually increase Monday afternoon and... Continue reading
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Sunshine couples with a winter-like airmass today to keep temperatures in the 40s and wind chill values in the 20s! The wind will whip from the west – gusting to 40 mph out to right field for the Red Sox... Continue reading
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A quick burst of snow lasting only four to five hours was enough to deliver nearly half a foot of snow to some of Connecticut, with at least a couple of inches for the vast majority of Southern New England.... Continue reading
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Not only is today hump day for our workweek, but we’re getting over the hump weatherwise, too, with showers giving way to sunshine and temperatures responding to the sun by jumping into the 50s. A nearly calm wind will make... Continue reading
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A sunny and frosty start gave way to milder temperatures near 50 and increasing clouds today, all as even milder air approaches New England. Between New England and the milder air staged across the Ohio Valley is a round of... Continue reading
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A new work week but the same, colder-than-normal weather pattern…at least for now. The same northeast wind that dragged clouds and snow showers over New England this weekend has now carried drier air into the region, bringing abundant sunshine throughout... Continue reading
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Cool air isn’t going to leave New England anytime soon – in fact, it’ll build stronger into the region. Today’s high temperatures climb into the 40s for many of us, nearing 50 from Hartford to Providence, but the storm that... Continue reading
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The much advertised nor’easter number four may have delivered a slam dunk of snow from the nation’s capital to the City that never sleeps, but when it comes to New England, it was a shadow of what we expected it... Continue reading
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Here we go...again. Today’s clouds give way to developing rain/snow from south to north, very slow to expand, midday to evening. With highs in the 30s, snow will melt quickly and easily on treated roads and interstates until after dark,... Continue reading
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After a chilly and dry Tuesday with highs only near 40 degrees and a wind chill in the 30s, temperatures drop to the 20s and teens overnight tonight as clouds gradually increase from south to north this afternoon through the... Continue reading
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Our weather in the coming days will be defined, first and foremost, by chilly air and a gusty wind. Highs each day, Friday into next week, will struggle to surpass the 30s, and winds gusting at times to 35 and... Continue reading
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What did the forecast you checked call for with regard to storm potential next Tuesday? If you didn't get the exact chance of the storm hitting and what areas will need to most closely watch the potential for accumulating snow,... Continue reading
Blizzard conditions verified for Middle Cape Cod, the Upper Cape, the South Shore and the City of Boston in today’s storm, with all of those locations verifying three or more consecutive hours of near-zero visibility and frequent wind gusts over... Continue reading
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A third nor’easter in two weeks is bearing down on New England and, like its two predecessors, will have a unique and distinctive personality. The first in the string of nor’easters brought severe coastal flooding. The second of our nor’easters... Continue reading
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The big storm impacting New England over the last two days is technically still sitting in New England, with the center positioned over Maine, but deep moisture has detached from the storm now. Instead, spokes of atmospheric energy rotating around... Continue reading
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Our coastal storm center is strengthening east of New Jersey and already has fed light snow and moisture northward into Western New England. The developing onshore wind flow also has been carrying bursts of snow inland from the Atlantic, coating... Continue reading
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After a quiet day of weather Tuesday with stubborn coastal clouds and some Cape Cod flurries and sprinkles, the wind will gradually turn to blow more from the east – off the ocean – and this will allow some of... Continue reading
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The light snow early Monday was a disturbance caught in the extremely large circulation of air that lingers across the Western Atlantic from our powerhouse early weekend storm. That storm is nearly a thousand miles away, now, but has become... Continue reading
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The worst of the wind, rain and – in Western New England – snow has passed New England, but coastal flooding remains a serious concern. Our overnight high tide Friday night was lower than the Friday late morning tide, but... Continue reading
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Our final day of quiet weather has proven to be a spectacular one, with high temperatures reaching near 60 in Southern New England and sunshine only slowly fading behind increasing clouds. Colder air is slowly sinking southward through Northern New... Continue reading
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An amazing day has unfolded for New England with abundant sunshine, muted at times through high-altitude clouds, and an active southwest breeze teaming to boost temperatures to near 60°. The exception will be in Northern Maine, where snow flies this... Continue reading
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What a day! Sunshine right out of the gate got New England temperatures off and running and we’ll find highs reaching into the 50s for most…40s North Country today. A quiet stretch of dry weather will continue through Wednesday for... Continue reading
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Dense fog lined the Merrimack, Connecticut and Pemigewasset River valleys this morning with patchy black ice on roads near the Pemi melting off. As low clouds and fog lift and burn, high altitude clouds remain to mix in with and... Continue reading