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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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Changes in air are almost always accompanied by wind and when the changes are abrupt enough, accompanied by rain or snow. This weekend, New England will see a couple changes in air that will be marked by wind, but not... Continue reading
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After one shot of cool fall air already delivered morning lows in the 30s for most of New England this morning, another, reinforcing cool airmass is moving in today. The leading edge of the new cool air is called a... Continue reading
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Torrential rain and gusty wind swept across Southeastern Massachusetts Friday morning to midday, delivering two to four inches of rain with locally higher amounts and wind gusts over 40 mph near the South Coast, Cape and Islands. Localized flooding was... Continue reading
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As Hurricane Michael makes landfall today along the Florida panhandle, New England enjoys a return of summer weather – sunshine and a southwest wind have combined to boost temperatures into the 80s for most of us. Northern Maine is sharply... Continue reading
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Warm southwest winds are blowing across New England today and boosting our temperatures into the 70s not only for Southern New England, but all the way to the North Country by the end of the day. Not only is the... Continue reading
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A classic October gray sky and cool air has a firm hold on New England for the holiday with a persistent northeast and east wind, feeding cool air south from Canada while simultaneously picking up ocean moisture along the way.... Continue reading
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Crisp, dry fall is pushing into New England is bringing the sunshine back, regionwide, even breaking up a deck of clouds that briefly developed over Eastern Massachusetts this morning. For southern residents, temperatures hold steady through the day, while the... Continue reading
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Another day of clouds, cool air and showers is upon us, but we’re on the cusp of meaningful and lasting change in our New England weather that will deliver an absolutely amazing stretch of fall splendor. For now, an easterly... Continue reading
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A cold front pressing south from Canada will deliver showers, slowly sagging from north to south, across New England Monday. Periodic rain has already been falling in Northern New England, where high temperatures will struggle to reach beyond the middle... Continue reading
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Rain expanding across New England comes ahead of a push of warmth and humidity we won’t feel today, but will unquestionably notice overnight tonight and Wednesday. For now, cool temperatures and rain combine for a raw day, with the heaviest... Continue reading
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Autumn and spring are both known for changeable weather in New England, and our transition to fall won’t be an exception this week. A burst of cool air responsible for morning low temperatures around 20 degrees in Northern Maine today... Continue reading
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One last day of summer sun and warmth will deliver record high temperatures to parts of Northern New England before the remnant moisture of Florence arrives with torrential rain on Tuesday. Today’s sunshine couples with a southwest wind to bring... Continue reading
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As the Merrimack Valley sees an mass influx of crews to contend with the recent natural gas explosions and efforts begin for residents to clean up this weekend, the good news is the weather will cooperate perfectly with dry conditions,... Continue reading
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While Florence comes ashore in the Carolinas, our weather here at home continues to improve from this point through the weekend. The showers, downpours and thunder of last night into early this morning have departed and the most we’ll see... Continue reading
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Overnight rain of one to two inches for much of New England came as the significantly weakened remnant of once-Tropical Storm Gordon moved through, and behind that rain, we’re finding breaks of sun, increasingly humid air and temperatures warming from... Continue reading
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The cool fall air of this weekend has been fighting a battle against incoming moisture that represents the decaying remnant of Tropical Storm Gordon, the storm that made landfall on the Gulf of Mexico coast last week. Eventually, the moisture... Continue reading
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Fall air has arrived to New England – at least the first installment. With a continued northeast and northerly wind this weekend, each day will be a bit cooler than the one previous until we clear the weekend. In fact,... Continue reading
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After a few brief breaks in the heat, a more pronounced shift in the weather pattern for at least the next several days is upon us. A powerful cold front is driving south across New England today and will continue... Continue reading
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Although today’s air is humid by any standard in most of New England, it’s surely less humid than we’ve experienced in the last several days and many of us will notice the difference, albeit slight. Temperatures are still climbing to... Continue reading
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Although a cold front has slowly settled southward through New England, there’s been no forceful push of cool air behind it, so instead slightly less humid air will begrudgingly bleed south through today and this evening, eventually yielding some slightly... Continue reading
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Today is the Labor Day so many New Englanders dream about – a fitting way to say goodbye, unofficially, to summer with high temperatures either side of 90 and heat index values pushing closer to 100° thanks to an increasingly... Continue reading
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The much-advertised cooler and less humid air has arrived to New England from Canada and not only delivered Northern New England Friday morning low temperatures in the 30s, but also is holding daytime highs in the lower to middle 70s,... Continue reading
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Cooling relief is slowly but steadily spilling south across New England, already in place for the Great North Woods and touching off scattered showers, downpours and thunder on its leading edge as it seeps into Central and Southern New England... Continue reading
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This morning’s low temperature in Boston was 81 degrees – not only did this set a record for warmest low temperature for this date, but also goes down in history as the second warmest start ever in the City of... Continue reading
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Today and Wednesday deliver two scorching days to New England, complete with haze, humidity and record-challenging temperatures. Both days will see high temperatures of 95 to 100 degrees and heat index values over 100 degrees for the majority of Central... Continue reading