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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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Our Weather Team has continued and expanded the First Alert for New England from 2 PM Thursday to 10 AM Friday for impactful rain…expected to change to snow for many overnight Thursday night into Friday morning. The setup is a... Continue reading
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Although the weather pattern is turning busier in the days ahead, New England will enjoy some quieter weather for a couple of days. A quick-moving and weak cold front Tuesday morning touched off a few sprinkles and light showers and... Continue reading
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Where the most showers fell Monday morning, it was downright chilly! Temperatures around and just shy of 40 degrees from Northern and Western Massachusetts into Southern and Central Vermont and New Hampshire to Southern and Central Maine made for wintry... Continue reading
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There are two focused areas of showers and rain Tuesday in New England – one north and another southeast. The southeastern area of rain expanded Tuesday morning and continues periodically through the day, focused on Southeast CT, RI and Southeast... Continue reading
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A small bubble of high pressure – fair weather – is doing the trick in New England Monday to deliver sunshine mixed with some high-altitude clouds that decorated the sky at sunrise and continue to throughout the day. With a... Continue reading
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A storm moving into Canada via the Great Lakes is ushering a southerly wind into the Northeast United States, including here at home, and that south wind will couple with sunshine Thursday to boost temperatures into the 70s by afternoon... Continue reading
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Delightful sunshine with a fresh west breeze is bumping Wednesday’s high temperatures to between 65 and 70 degrees for most of New England, with the air a bit cooler in the North Country and especially northern Maine where the showers... Continue reading
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Much needed rain is falling on a parched New England Tuesday, with around an inch expected for many communities. The rain expanded from south to north as a blanket, steady state light to moderate rain, but as warmer and more... Continue reading
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The rain should clear out of most of New England shortly after sunset Tuesday evening, with clearing of the sky expected to follow around 8-9 PM for most communities, later in some of the mountains and in Maine. For those... Continue reading
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Our NBC10 Boston, NECN and Telemundo New England weather team continues a First Alert for Wednesday afternoon and evening, specifically between 3 PM and 7 PM, for pockets of damaging wind gusts. Wednesday started deceivingly quiet – a blend of... Continue reading
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Although Tuesday’s forecast temperatures are nearly perfect – essentially “room temperature” from the Canada border to the South Coast at 65 to 70 degrees – a few showers were already on radar Tuesday morning and will continue to pop up... Continue reading
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A weak storm center south of New England provided just enough moisture for Sunday night to Monday morning showers in Southeastern New England, slow to ease east but nudging offshore of Cape Cod by early afternoon. Though clouds will be... Continue reading
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A disturbance chock-full of cold air and energy aloft is moving through the sky of New England on Friday, and this will promote building clouds and pockets of showers and rain for some. Because the disturbance is slow-moving, Eastern New... Continue reading
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The much-needed rain at the end of September certainly wasn’t enough to save New England from another dry month – Boston and Providence finished the month around 2.5 inches of rain below normal, Worcester and Hartford around an inch and... Continue reading
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Mild and humid air remains in place up and down the Eastern Seaboard, right into New England Tuesday, with high temperatures near 80 degrees and dew point temperatures - the measure of the amount of moisture in the air -... Continue reading
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This may be the last weekend quite like this for the season – Friday through Sunday are all predicted to be in the 70s to around 80, and none of the days are expected to bring significant rain. We’ve already... Continue reading
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As Hurricane Teddy charges northeast after making landfall in Nova Scotia early this morning, the hurricane’s impact on our weather in New England will ease: Wednesday will be breezy with gusts to 30 mph, but not exceptionally windy; high surf... Continue reading
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Although Hurricane Teddy is 400 miles east of New England, the storm is expanding quickly, customary of strong hurricanes when they move into northern latitudes. The expansion of the storm is most evident in the wind field, with tropical storm... Continue reading
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Hurricane Teddy is expected to make its closest pass about 400 miles east of New England, but the greatest impacts of weather over the next few days in New England are still tied closely to the storm. Monday dawned with... Continue reading
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As you saw me feature this Saturday AM on NBC10 Boston and NECN, a potentially dangerous situation is unfolding for our New England marine community. Hurricane Teddy forecast to make a direct strike on Nova Scotia Tue night. On our... Continue reading
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In the middle of quiet weather for most of us, there’s still so much going on in the weather: drought, frost, and powerful waves from a hurricane to name a few. Starting with the drought, this week we received our... Continue reading
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Fall air is streaming into New England and briefly bisected the northern periphery of moisture associated with once-Hurricane Sally’s remnant, resulting in morning rain on Cape Cod. As dry, Canadian air moves into New England on a northerly wind, Cape... Continue reading
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Sun and wildfire smoke mixed in the New England sky again Thursday morning, but by late in the day our First Alert team expects clouds to increase and take over. All the while, a southwest wind continues to transport mild... Continue reading
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Hurricane Sally has been in the national spotlight with good reason – the storm made landfall Wednesday morning as a Category Two Hurricane, packing 105 mph estimated sustained wind that lashed the coastline, causing significant damage near the point of... Continue reading
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Wildfire smoke in our New England sky is probably the most noticed feature of today’s weather, blown overhead by the jet stream winds aloft – the fast river of air at high altitudes that steers storms along, but today has... Continue reading