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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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After an incredible late spring and early summer stretch of weather, days like today have become harder to come by in July – sunshine and temperatures well into the 80s and pushing 90°. A flow of air thousands of feet... Continue reading
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We're coming off a Sunday evening tornado touchdown in Somers, Connecticut, and although more showers, downpours and thunder will fall on a waterlogged New England region Monday, available energy in the atmosphere is less than in recent days, meaning flash... Continue reading
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Our NBC10 Boston and NECN Weather Team has declared three First Alerts for impactful weather in the coming days: today (Tuesday) for heat, humidity and storms; Wednesday for late day storms; and Friday for impact from nearby Tropical Storm Elsa.... Continue reading
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Many of you have today off in observance of July 4th, and while our Monday weather is probably still nowhere near the weather many of us had been dreaming of for the Independence Day holiday, it’s an improvement over the... Continue reading
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Our First Alert Team continues a First Alert for impactful heat through Wednesday, with high temperatures forecast to reach the middle 90s for most Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, and humidity aiding in creating heat index values around and over 100°... Continue reading
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A cold front ushering in sharply cooler and less humid air crosses New England Tuesday, delivering showers, rain, some thunder and then a whole new feeling for all six states. Though all of New England dawned with humidity and warmth... Continue reading
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Scattered thunderstorms Saturday afternoon and evening didn’t hit many communities, but developed along a cold front crossing New England, carrying air that truly is no cooler, but is tangibly less humid, into New England. The result on our Father’s Day... Continue reading
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Quick-hitting Saturday morning showers marked the leading edge to humidity moving into New England, and all of the six-state region will feel that humidity for awhile Saturday afternoon with temperatures jumping into the upper 80s and even touching 90 degrees... Continue reading
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Another day of sunny splendor is unfolding across New England, still courtesy of a large area of high pressure – fair weather – building over the Eastern Seaboard. With a weakening prevailing wind by Thursday afternoon, sea breezes will kick... Continue reading
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Another day of unsettled weather Tuesday comes courtesy of the same large, strong upper level storm that prompted a few severe thunderstorm warnings in New England and Upstate New York Monday. Tuesday is likely to bring renewed isolated to scattered... Continue reading
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As a strong upper level disturbance drops southeast from Canada through the Eastern Great Lakes and into New England, an unsettled couple of days are setting up for our six state region. With an early round of downpours and thunder... Continue reading
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Although high-altitude clouds blocked the view for some, for many with the right tools to control zoom and light exposure for photography, Thursday morning’s annular (partial) eclipse of the sun did not disappoint at sunrise. As the moon passed between... Continue reading
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The heat may have come down just a touch in New England Wednesday, but humidity remains high and with dew point temperatures – a measure of the amount in the air – still in the 60s to near 70, high... Continue reading
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Be ready to duck inside with storms increasing after 3 PM today! Details: Just in case you missed NBC10 Boston & NECN this AM, I hit storms pretty hard for today. Potential for lots of lightning, torrential rain, damaging gusts.... Continue reading
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When I have time, you know I love pulling back the curtain a bit for weather events. Today's (Friday) thunderstorms should mostly focus in the southern half of New England. This round was in Upstate New York yesterday and produced... Continue reading
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Humid air is moving into New England and not only will be felt by day’s end, but also is visible in the weather changes playing out today: clouds have taken over for most of the six-state region and areas of... Continue reading
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The steady rains of the last couple of days have subsided for Memorial Day – at least for most of New England, though Mainers and Northern New Hampshire will see periodic rain and showers persisting as the responsible storm center... Continue reading
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Although Thursday began humid for most of Central and Southern New England, drier air from the north has steadily been filtering south on a fresh breeze, dropping the humidity substantially over the course of the day while sweeping away the... Continue reading
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As New England approaches the full moon this week, tides have been running extra high and extra low – enough that our coastal residents will notice the larger-than-normal swings in ocean level, with some minor coastal flooding or splashover a... Continue reading
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New England is returning this weekend to a similar weather pattern that we started the week with: multiple disturbances aloft, raising the chance of scattered showers and thunder. The transition out of our recent dry days is a gradual one... Continue reading
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Another rain-free day is expected across New England, though that will change as soon as this evening for some communities. Dry air certainly still has a grip on New England, cooling effectively early Thursday morning for a crisp start regionwide,... Continue reading
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An incredible stretch of weather more typical of early summer than mid-spring is unfolding across New England and our First Alert Weather Team predicts – averaged over the next ten days and beyond - a warmer-than-normal pattern will persist, though... Continue reading
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A-choo! Our annual rite of spring with scratchy throats, itchy eyes and a symphony of sneezes is underway in New England as tree pollen of all sorts bursts forth – with birch pollen the newest addition to the pollen party... Continue reading
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There was a time when a chance of scattered showers on a weekend afternoon would concern us as New Englanders with outdoor plans. While our job as meteorologists is to let folks know that chance exists, we’re well aware that... Continue reading
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To look at the Northeast quarter of the country on a satellite image Thursday morning and midday, the weather looks quiet and enjoyable – and that’s a great way to think about the next several days, right through the weekend.... Continue reading