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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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Gradual melting with high temperatures reaching into the lower 40s for most and 30s north both Friday and Saturday, ahead of an impending storm of snow and rain. While not directly the storm that dropped three feet of snow for... Continue reading
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With an early exit of Thursday morning’s wintry mix, sunshine breaking through the clouds affords an opportunity for temperatures to climb to nearly 50 degrees, particularly in Southern New England. Milder temperatures will mean melting Thursday afternoon, resulting in road... Continue reading
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Our First Alert continues for Wednesday Night into Thursday morning as the next winter weather maker takes aim at New England. Until then, however, the biggest weather factor has been the combination of wind and cold Tuesday, holding temperatures shy... Continue reading
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After a general two to five inch snowfall, snowflakes really don’t want to quit over most of New England today – the product of energy aloft and moisture in the air. Even as light snow continues through the day, however,... Continue reading
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New England is heading into a fantastic late winter weekend with both Saturday and Sunday looking dry, bright and cool enough for great skiing, snowboarding and snowmobiling, but not so cold that it’s unenjoyable. Some Friday showers are leading us... Continue reading
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Snow expands across New England from southwest to northeast, reaching Maine last around late day and evening, but already falling heavily in most of the remainder of New England by that point after an expansion from Western to Central New... Continue reading
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Our First Alert continues on NBC10 Boston and NECN ahead of an impactful snow forecast to arrive Tuesday and depart for many by early Wednesday, lingering longer in the mountains. This quick-hitting system includes a piece of the same atmospheric... Continue reading
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Friday morning rain moves quickly enough for sun to emerge during the afternoon, but the system driving the rain from west to east represents an approaching cold front that will allow only for a few hours of mild air when... Continue reading
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Slick spots quickly melting away for most Thursday morning remained most stubborn in valleys of Northern New England, where a few Northern New Hampshire and northwest Maine valleys will see periodic freezing rain showers all the way through Friday morning.... Continue reading
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A weak storm system will cross New England Wednesday night, delivering mixed precipitation to the area. The incoming storm is feeding off a temperature contrast with air in the 60s to the south of its track, contrasted with air in... Continue reading
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Another amazing day of spring-like warmth unfolding across New England Tuesday not only boost temperatures to 60 degrees again for many in Southern New England, but also gives revellers an amazing day to celebrate the World Champion New England Patriots... Continue reading
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A couple of days of mild weather are moving through New England as a southwest wind transports air northeast from the Ohio Valley, where high temperatures in recent days have reached 55 to 60 degrees, and that same outcome is... Continue reading
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Cold is relenting Friday for a noticeably more comfortable weekend in New England. While the cold may no longer be dangerous with frostbite threat, it’s still certainly stinging with daytime highs Friday in the 20s south and 10s north and... Continue reading
The term “Polar Vortex” has become a viral buzzword again this year, after it’s big year in the spotlight back in 2014 – but, exactly what is the polar vortex, how does it affect our weather and why is it... Continue reading
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Record cold started our Thursday in New England, setting record low temperatures for the date in some communities en route to a day with highs only in the teens for most and single digits north, and wind chill values that,... Continue reading
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Ocean-effect flurries in Eastern MA Tuesday morning were the product of an onshore wind gathering moisture as cold air flows over relatively warm ocean water and with a shifting wind those flurries redevelop over the NH Seacoast and Coastal Maine... Continue reading
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Although Monday is a breather with bright and brisk conditions, save for Cape Cod where stubborn clouds linger on the north side of an ocean storm missing New England to the south, the weather pattern is about to turn more... Continue reading
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We’re entering several days of an active jet stream pattern aloft, set to culminate in another substantial blast of arctic air toward the end of next week. The jet stream – the fast river of air, high in the sky,... Continue reading
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The warmth this morning has been downright stunning for most of New England, with “feels like” temperatures recovering from 20 to 30 degrees below zero with the wind chill this past Monday, to temperatures in the 50s today – that’s... Continue reading
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Although most of Southern New England squeezes out a dry Wednesday, the Berkshires northward into far northern and western New England will see mixed showers of snow and freezing rain and just a little bit of freezing rain can make... Continue reading
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As the wind slowly diminishes and the cold gradually moderates, the dangerous aspect of our recent chill exits and we’re reduced to simply stinging cold for daylight Tuesday. Even so, with temperatures generally some 20 degrees milder and wind chill... Continue reading
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It’s rare that the term “dangerous cold” is employed in weather descriptions for Boston and the Southern New England Metropolitan areas, but today is one of those rare moments. Although the temperatures are cold – and, in fact, will set... Continue reading
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New England is bracing for a major winter storm this weekend – complete with snow, sleet, rain, wind and coastal flooding depending upon location. Our weather team has issued First Alerts for Friday morning and Saturday night into Sunday. For... Continue reading
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A cold front is crossing New England today, though for most of Central and Southern New England the only indication of changing air will be a changing wind direction late Wednesday to change from a southwest breeze to a cold... Continue reading
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With a First Alert issued by our weather team for both Friday morning and Sunday, we’re on borrowed time with quiet and dry weather, but for now, New England remains cool and quiet. A light wind Tuesday couples with sun... Continue reading