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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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New England finished up the month of March on a cool note, under the influence of a sprawling upper level storm that has been locking in cool air with periodic showers spread over several days and that doesn’t look to... Continue reading
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The weather won’t provide much of an emotional boost this week for sheltering New Englanders with cool air and lots of clouds, though there will be some brighter times along the way and the second half of our exclusive First... Continue reading
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For many, this is a much-needed weekend for rest and recuperation after an unsettling and stressful week. For others, the days continue to blend together from one to the next. Either way, this weekend offers weather that will cater to... Continue reading
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A cool start was made chillier by the steady but light breeze blowing from the north, holding morning wind chill values in the 20s for most of New England. As a dome of high pressure, or fair weather, builds over... Continue reading
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Nature is giving cues that spring is efforting a comeback from our early week shot of snow - after a couple of quiet mornings, the peepers have started to sing again and the ducks and birds were much more vocal... Continue reading
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Many New Englanders woke up to fresh spring snow Tuesday morning, with two to four inches generally falling north and west of Boston, but as much as just over half a foot of heavy, wet snow in higher terrain of... Continue reading
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Clouds will stay with New England through the day Monday, coupling with a cold start in the 20s to keep temperatures from rising much beyond 40 degrees. This means when precipitation moves in during the afternoon from west to east... Continue reading
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S unshine bathes New England Wednesday as dry air returns for a brief stand. The dry air is also cool by nature, meaning morning temperatures in the 20s and 30s won’t exceed either side of 50 degrees by afternoon, with... Continue reading
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Thursday’s air feels much cooler than most New Englanders have become accustomed to in the last couple of weeks, but we’ve been spoiled by much above normal temperatures – with highs in the 40s to lower 50s, we’re running near,... Continue reading
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A brand new, spring air has moved into New England for midweek. The showers preceding this new air along a cold front Tuesday evening were limited and the breeze that followed them already was quieting Tuesday morning, completing its job... Continue reading
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A backdoor cold front – a push of cool air from the northeast and east, rather than the usual direction approaching from the west – sent the temperature dropping from the Maine coast to Southeast New Hampshire and Northeast Massachusetts... Continue reading
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Incredible weather is shaping up for New England’s return to work and school coming off our return to Daylight Saving Time, so the combination of daylight into the evening with incredibly comfortable air after work and school will draw kids... Continue reading
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Limited Friday morning sunshine will yield to advancing clouds during the afternoon as a spiraling upper level disturbance with strong atmospheric energy drops southeast out of the Central Great Lakes. Poised to drop south of New England as it moves... Continue reading
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Image: The snow forecast through Saturday morning from our NBCUniversal Forecast System, built in-house here in Boston, as shown on my NBC10 Boston weather broadcast Wednesday morning. A statement certainly is made when a cold front surges through New England,... Continue reading
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If you caught our morning show on NBC10 Boston or NECN you heard me say it: winter is over. Some hear that and translate it to mean: “not a single snowflake more,” but, of course, as New Englanders we know... Continue reading
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Our exclusive First Alert 10-day forecast looks a lot like spring as we dive into the month of March and, therefore, the start of meteorological spring, with most of our forecast high temperatures in the 50s. The warmth began with... Continue reading
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The rain that made for a very slow morning commute across most of New England continues to shift north as a combination of valley rain and higher terrain snow in Northern New England, with the snow line slowly dropping from... Continue reading
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New England is on the precipice of another storm with snow north and rain south – just the way many New Englanders say you prefer your winter storms. The only affects of the changing weather pattern Wednesday are lots of... Continue reading
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Tuesday clouds don’t entirely ruin the high New Englanders are still riding from highs into the 50s and 60s Monday – in fact, thin spots and holes in the clouds allow for splashes of sun to bump temperatures into the... Continue reading
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If you watched our NBC10 Boston and NECN morning show Monday, you saw the update: another earthquake has rumbled in New England. In fact, Sunday evening’s quake at 5:44 PM measured a 2.2 magnitude with an epicenter in Sabattus, Maine,... Continue reading
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Exceptional! Stunning! Incredible! There are plenty of superlatives we could choose to describe Monday’s high temperatures around 60 degrees in Southern New England and 50° north, but our First Alert Team is fairly certain the vast majority of New Englanders... Continue reading
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Not only was the air Friday morning cold enough for ocean-effect and ocean-enhanced snow showers – clouds and snow showers that develop when the wind blows cold air across relatively warm ocean waters and those snow showers follow the wind... Continue reading
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New England has entered a stretch of quiet and dry weather for several days, though the temperature will feature a pretty big swing from week’s end to weekend. All of the weather New England – and the entire northern tier... Continue reading
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Some residents in Maine are digging out from the heaviest single snowstorm of the season after over half a foot of snow fell in the suburbs north of Portland to Lewiston Tuesday – not an exceptional snowstorm by New England... Continue reading
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For many New Englanders, this is exactly the type of winter storm you ask our First Alert Weather Team for: snow north and rain south – not to mention, a dry morning commute, to boot. As the next storm system... Continue reading