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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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Although we’ve declared a First Alert for Friday through Sunday, we’re in the midst of a one-day reprieve from the heat in New England, behind Wednesday’s late thunderstorms, as a northeast wind sweeps cooler and less humid air in for... Continue reading
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Tropical air streaming north in association with the leftover moisture and energy associated with once-Hurricane Barry is now just a collection of variable clouds, erupting showers and thunderstorms and sultry air, but still will have enough of an impact on... Continue reading
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When you see a “First Alert” stamp on our exclusive NBC10 First Alert 10-day forecast, that’s an indication our First Alert Weather Team thinks we should all have our antennae up for an especially impactful weather day. In a somewhat... Continue reading
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Overall, exceptional summer weather continues for New England, though the weather unquestionably becomes a bit more extreme in the days ahead. We’re starting the week with comfortably low humidity and continuing warmth as highs rebound into the middle and upper... Continue reading
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I'll be off the week of July 8...so my next update comes Monday, July 15. After days of heat with limited humidity, humid air is quickly returning to New England. Friday is a sticky day for Cape Cod and the... Continue reading
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The much advertised splendid Independence Day weather forecast has delivered: sunshine, warmth and no rain. While all the heat may result in an isolated sprinkle or shower in the hills of Northern CT, Northern RI or Southern Worcester County MA... Continue reading
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Absolutely perfect weather is in store for fireworks region-wide in New England both today and Independence Day. While nearly everyone stays dry both days, a weak disturbance aloft yields a less than ten percent chance of an isolated shower popping... Continue reading
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An upper level disturbance passing over New England delivered clouds the first half of the day, clearing from north to south for the midday and afternoon. These clouds had trouble producing anything more than some sprinkles, but the next incoming... Continue reading
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On this first weekday of the month, our NBC10 Boston & NECN First Alert Weather Team delivers our monthly forecast for July – and it looks very promising. Coming off a June that was wetter than normal and very close... Continue reading
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With the thunderstorms of this past weekend in the rearview mirror, a new, drier air has swept across New England and promises a few thunderstorm-free, mild but comfortable days for New England. The stretch of great weather began for our... Continue reading
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A shot of rain for our Tuesday comes ahead of a quick return to summer warmth, but also means areas of rain and thunder with some heavy downpours as humid air pushes north into Southern New England. While the rain... Continue reading
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Coming off a great Sunday, the understandable hope is the weather continues for as long as possible…which turns out to be one more day. Although the sky looks similar today to Sunday – sunshine mixed a bit of wildfire smoke... Continue reading
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The heart of atmospheric energy that drove our showers Thursday and Friday will move directly over New England Friday afternoon, ensuring new scattered showers and downpours keep developing in eastern New England through Friday late day and early evening, while... Continue reading
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Showers, periodic rain and even some thunder are in the forecast through Friday midday, as several atmospheric disturbances move overhead. The first has been coincident with increasing warmth and moisture aloft, spawning an area of rain directly over Southern New... Continue reading
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One of the benefits of such organized rain for some on Sunday is the system scooped up a lot of the atmospheric moisture in New England and, save for a lingering humid feeling in some of Southern New England, has... Continue reading
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Father’s Day weekend in New England, on the whole, delivers great weather…but there will be some moments that serve as exceptions to the rule, and that may include a couple of periods on Father’s Day Sunday, itself. Starting with the... Continue reading
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Rain will fall heavily at times Thursday in Southern and Eastern New England, dropping either side of an inch of water with some higher amounts in Southeast Massachusetts, where rumbles of afternoon thunder are possible. Winds will generally blow from... Continue reading
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A gorgeous Wednesday in New England comes courtesy of a dome of high pressure, chock full of dry air. Well to the west, a storm center is moving into the Great Lakes, and the counter-clockwise flow of air around that... Continue reading
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Morning rain departs for a fresh, northwest wind Tuesday – gusting at times to 40 mph, perhaps resulting in an isolated tree uproot in soft ground from the recent rain, moreover, providing an invigorating spring feeling as temperatures respond to... Continue reading
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Clouds continue increasing in the New England sky from southwest to northeast Monday in advance of the next weather system. Although the storm center driving a change in the weather from our wonderful weekend sunshine is well to our west,... Continue reading
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The much-advertised beautiful weekend weather has arrived! Sunshine and mild temperatures will stay in New England through Monday as a large dome of high pressure crests overhead. High pressure is the term often given to areas of fair weather, because... Continue reading
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A sluggish cold front is slowly settling south across the six-state region today and while the front represents the leading edge to drier, comfortable air and delightful weather, the shifting wind from southwest to northwest marking the leading edge of... Continue reading
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Another epic day has unfolded for New England with sunshine, a busy westerly wind that is holding off any sea breeze from forming and dry air. With high temperatures around 70, this is about as pleasant of a day as... Continue reading
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You can see the video forecast including my monthly outlook here. It’s the first weekday of the month, which means our NBC10 Boston First Alert Weather Team issued our latest monthly forecast for the month of June live in our... Continue reading
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Unadulterated blue sky at last returned to all of New England but the Cape and Eastern Maine Monday morning, and while it marks a couple of days of fantastic weather sporting sunshine and mild days for most, there will be... Continue reading