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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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Today is the day the much-advertised, powerful arctic cold front crosses New England. In Northern New England and west through the Berkshires, the cold air is already well-entrenched and snow continues to fly with another few fresh inches falling today.... Continue reading
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A full-fledged winter storm is underway in Northern New England, where snow has already started flying and continues to expand across the North Country, while a northerly wind draining cold air southward out of Canada should push temperatures below freezing... Continue reading
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The Eastern Equine Encephalitis threat in Southern New England finally comes to an end Friday night. After an especially difficult season with the mosquito-borne illness, a hard freeze is expected all the way to the South Coast of New England... Continue reading
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Friday’s wintry chill is delivering wind chill values of 20 to 30 degrees at even the warmest time of the day as the combination of high temperatures around 40 and wind speeds of 15 to 25 mph makes for a... Continue reading
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The well-advertised weather pattern changes that deliver a winter preview and a shift toward a colder pattern are arriving to New England on our Thursday. A chilly start quickly has given way to milder temperatures in Southern New England as... Continue reading
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Mild air on a southerly wind accompanies showers crossing New England Tuesday, with two separate focal points to the rain showers: one across Northern New England where the showers slowly drift from west to east over the course of the... Continue reading
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For a quiet weather day of sunshine coming off a cold start, there sure is a lot of weather to cover! Today’s start in the 20s for many has been followed by sunshine, helping to bump temperatures into the 50s... Continue reading
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Although Wednesday started as another day of clouds and drizzle with patchy fog, there are changes in the weather pattern we’ll notice in the days ahead. The storm in our nation’s mid-section dropping accumulating snow on Chicago will move northeast,... Continue reading
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Wintry scenes continue to make an appearance across more of the nation this week, indicating the inevitable march to colder times. Northern suburbs of Chicago snowed this morning and snow with temperatures in the teens is expected in Denver for... Continue reading
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The storm that blasted most of us with a windswept Sunday rain and left a fresh coating of snow in the Crown of Maine has moved offshore, but is slowing and that slow speed has a continuing impact on our... Continue reading
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We’ll see some ups and downs in the weather over the coming days – generally ending in a down by late weekend into early next week and cooler temperatures for most of next week, overall. For now, clouds are thickening... Continue reading
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A phenomenal Thursday, start to finish, is underway across New England with lots of sunshine and pleasant temperatures, and the only imperfection being a few evening showers near the Canada border. With just enough of a southwest breeze to keep... Continue reading
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The storm that ravaged the Southern United States with tornadoes over the last 36 hours is stretching out across the eastern half of the country, with the center of circulation pinwheeling northeast across the Great Lakes into Canada and the... Continue reading
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Tropical Storm Nestor weakened considerably this weekend as it crossed the Southeast United States, now just a remnant, weak storm center spinning south of New England. Nestor’s remnant came close enough to deliver some Sunday night and Monday morning showers... Continue reading
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Friday wind gusts to 30 mph across New England come as our recent damaging storm pulls away, taking morning North Country showers of rain and snow with it, and a large dome of high pressure – fair weather – builds... Continue reading
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The most damaging of the wind has passed – but new pockets of wind damage will still be cropping up throughout our Thursday. The culprit is a strengthening storm center – a “bomb cyclone” by definition given how quickly it... Continue reading
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The much anticipated nor’easter has developed over the waters south of New England and will continue strengthening over the next 24 hours. This storm center is fueled by all the classic ingredients for storm development: atmospheric energy provided by the... Continue reading
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There’s no question we’ve entered a weather pattern more typical of October in New England: dramatic swings in temperature, plenty of wind moving the air changes and an increased chance of clouds and showers. Monday’s gusty wind from the south... Continue reading
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For winter sports enthusiasts, in particular, the first snow of the season is always exciting. Thursday brought snowflakes to the summit of Vermont’s Stowe Mountain Resort, and those flakes migrated east overnight into Friday morning, dropping the first wet, sloppy... Continue reading
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Big weather changes are arriving to New England in the coming days as a well-advertised shift to a cool, autmun weather pattern takes hold. The first of the changes today is actually a final gasping push of warmth, clashing with... Continue reading
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It’s a quintessential fall day in New England to start our workweek, with fair sky, dry air and temperatures a touch cooler than normal at 60 to 65 degrees. In the coming days, we’ll get one more taste of mild... Continue reading
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How long can this string of incredible fall weather last in New England? Several more days appears to be the answer – our weekend is looking incredible and our exclusive First Alert 10-day forecast has been advertising a pattern change... Continue reading
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Although temperatures have been swinging from day-to-day here in New England, normal highs for the date are around 70 degrees – so even our cooler days are near or slightly milder than we normally should be! Our exclusive, First Alert... Continue reading
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Incredible warmth continues for one more day in New England, regardless of the autumnal equinox at 3:50 this morning, heralding in fall. Instead, a gusty southwest wind will exceed 30 mph at times, continuing the transport of downright hot and... Continue reading
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An epic weather weekend with a summer redux has arrived to New England, with tons of sunshine and warming temperatures. First, the basics on the weather: dry weather will persist until Monday evening and night, with a steady, gradual moderation... Continue reading