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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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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
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Our quiet stretch of weather rolls on, but there’s a surprisingly long list of weather related items to share! First and foremost, we continue to forecast an incredible stretch of weather starting with room temperature high temperatures of 65 to... Continue reading
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After a puff of clouds and sprinkles with renewed cool air on a northeast wind Wednesday morning, clearing has taken hold again as dry air muscles back into place here in New England. This means we’re back on track for... Continue reading
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A dome of high pressure – fair weather – continues to dominate our New England weather story, anchored over Eastern Canada and maintaining a northerly wind direction for a stream of cool and dry air. Tuesday afternoon and night a... Continue reading
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An upper level disturbance crossing the sky of New England delivered some clouds to dim the sunshine in many communities early Monday, but as this disturbance passes with little more than sprinkles and light showers in Connecticut, clouds will thin... Continue reading
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Although changing air in New England this weekend is fairly commonplace for early fall in the Northeast, the clashes and collisions of different air will mean some changeable weather. We start with cool, crisp sunshine Friday and an easterly breeze... Continue reading
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Showers and rain are accompanied by a northeast wind carrying cooler air southward across New England, meaning predawn high temperature in the 70s steadily fall until some communities land in the 50s by day’s end, for a raw feeling! The... Continue reading
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Wednesday is the warmest day of the week, owing to a busy southwest wind gusting over 30 mph at times, transporting not only the warmth but also noticeable humidity into New England with dew points rising into the 60s –... Continue reading
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The theme of the next several days – into the upcoming weekend – will be swings in temperature for New England and the results of that changing air. Keep in mind that changes in air and clashes between warm and... Continue reading
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A delightful early fall air is in place for New England as we enter a season that features collapsing daylight, declining temperatures but often truly exceptional weather, as well. Nature will deliver on all of those September expectations in the... Continue reading
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A strengthening southerly wind not only is gusting over 30 mph at times today, but is carrying warm and humid air into New England. The increase in humidity is palpable as dew points rise well into the 60s and sunshine... Continue reading
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New Englanders have enjoyed delightful sunshine and pleasant air for our post-Labor Day return to work and school, but a quiet Tuesday belies what’s actually a very active weather pattern in the days ahead. There are two big players in... Continue reading
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While most of the nation turns eyes to Hurricane Dorian – and we certainly are here at home, as well – there’s weather to follow in our own backyard for our Labor Day. Our First Alert Weather Team has declared... Continue reading
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Dry air continues hanging on in New England as a dome of high pressure drifts east, slowly enough to hold rain far to our west but relinquishing its grip enough for gradually increasing high altitude clouds Tuesday. Clouds will gradually... Continue reading
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A large dome of high pressure – fair weather – is building into the Northeast and while that usually means a stretch of bright and fabulous weather, there are a few subtle features that make our predicted weather just a... Continue reading
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A First Alert continues from our weather team today, owing to expected locally heavy downpours that will slow some for the evening commute and may cause localized flooding, especially in urban centers and poor drainage spots. Although damaging storms aren’t... Continue reading
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An incredible Monday is brought to us by the winning combination of dry air and sunshine, teaming with a steady west and southwest breeze to boost temperatures into the middle 80s. A cold front is slowly approaching New England from... Continue reading
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Although most of the weekend will be lovely for New England, there will be some noteworthy exceptions. Friday certainly is getting us started out on the right foot: dry air has arrived, sweeping humidity to our south and bringing out... Continue reading
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The air is about to change in New England as a cold front approaches from the northwest, but not before one more day of warm and humid conditions Thursday. In Northern New England, periodic showers and rain will drift from... Continue reading
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Our NBC10 Boston, NECN and Telemundo New England Weather Team continues a First Alert for most of New England this afternoon and evening as humid and warm air will team with an upper level disturbance to touch off showers and... Continue reading
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Humidity is making a comeback to New England today – fog and low altitude clouds heralded its arrival for some of Southern New England early in the day and will return in pockets overnight, while occasional showers and downpours skirt... Continue reading
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A slug of very dry air not only ensures showers and thunderstorms won’t mar our Monday, but also is delivering an incredibly comfortable start to the workweek, regionwide. This kind of dry air really can cool off under clear skies... Continue reading
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An incredible stretch of weather is yet again setting up for New England. A large dome of high pressure has delivered enough dry air for abundant sunshine, a light wind promoting coastal sea breezes and cool nights with comfortable days... Continue reading
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Coming off the warmest July on record for some of New England, it would take a mammoth change in the weather pattern to bring this freight train of warmth to a screeching halt – a pattern change like that seems... Continue reading
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New air is taking hold of New England! Our heat wave has broken, though it took locally damaging thunderstorms Wednesday afternoon and evening to do it, and though Thursday dawned humid for most of Central and Southern New England, the... Continue reading