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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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The weekly Drought Monitor update rolled in Thursday morning and recent thunderstorms simply haven’t been enough to stop the slide for Eastern MA and Southern RI, now upgraded from Severe Drought to Extreme Drought from the government/university consortium that issues... Continue reading
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The heat and humidity have left New England, but that doesn’t mean the weather is quiet! In fact, there will be some subtle but important features impacting New England weather in the days ahead, and much of this revolves around... Continue reading
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The long-awaited change of air is on New England’s doorstep, as a well-defined cold front separating the long-standing warmth and humidity in the Northeast from cooler and less humid air marching through Eastern Canada is poised to cross New England.... Continue reading
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An end to the heat and humidity is in sight, but New England has a couple more days to go before we get there. A well-defined frontal boundary separating cooler Canadian air from the heat and humidity in place across... Continue reading
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For a day sitting on the cusp of record heat, New England is enjoying some fine weather Wednesday! Comfortable air owing to a reduced dew point – a lower measure of the amount of moisture in the air – means... Continue reading
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Pockets of clouds Tuesday morning breaking up for plenty of sunshine regionwide will mean rebounding temperatures to around and over 90 degrees through the afternoon ahead of an approaching cold front set to cross the region Tuesday evening. This cold... Continue reading
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The weekly update to the national "Drought Monitor" - measuring the breadth and severity of drought across the country - was released Thursday Humidity makes a comeback for our Thursday and sticks around through Friday. Thursday morning found a warm... Continue reading
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Remarkably pleasant air remains in place regionwide for New England Wednesday as a small but distinct bubble of high pressure – a fair weather cell – remains parked over the region for one more day. Warmth and humidity aren’t far... Continue reading
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Heat and humidity reach one peak Thursday, with another expected Sunday – each of the days sporting temperatures into the 90s with dew point temperatures measuring the amount of moisture in the air reaching oppressive values in the 70s, boosting... Continue reading
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As our New England heat wave continues unfolding and still looks to be a six day stretch of 90°+ daytime high temperatures for some communities, there are subtleties in the forecast each day that will prove impactful. Wednesday’s wind is... Continue reading
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One of the most common weather questions I’ve been receiving lately comes from residents along the North Shore and Cape Ann: why is the ocean water still so cold? It’s not your imagination – ocean water temperatures from Boston Harbor... Continue reading
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Pleasant and comfortable air is entrenched regionwide in New England Thursday, but that doesn’t stop the puffy, cumulus clouds from developing. In addition to making a picturesque blend with sun at times and blotting out the sun at others, some... Continue reading
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Delightful, picture-perfect weather has unfolded regionwide in New England on this Independence Day! A large dome of “high pressure” – sinking air that is the opposite of what’s needed for cloud development – has delivered dry air for a bright... Continue reading
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With the Independence Day holiday weekend upon us, most New Englanders not only are prepared for heat, but expect it – this year won’t disappoint. Friday’s high temperatures in the middle 90s for some don’t reach dangerous levels dangerous, particularly... Continue reading
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New England remains in a repetitive weather pattern for the last half of the week, with overnight and morning stretches of clouds and fog breaking for a blend of sun and clouds with isolated to widely scattered sprinkles and light... Continue reading
Although some showers fell in the Western half of New England Wednesday morning, Eastern New England started with clouds for many and sun near the coast. With an onshore wind, it’s a bit usual to have the driest air near... Continue reading
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The U.S. Open has arrived to New England with all eyes of the golf world on The Country Club in Brookline, Massachusetts! June in New England always begs the question of whether the weather will cooperate with outdoor plans, and... Continue reading
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An absolutely stunning midweek is unfolding for New England, featuring a breathtaking combination of sunshine, warmth and low humidity Tuesday and Wednesday. The only spot in New England that may see a shower or two crop up Tuesday afternoon to... Continue reading
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If you’ve been suffering from pollen allergies and the symptoms feel never-ending, some of it certainly is thanks to the recent dry conditions we’ve experienced – rain tends to cleanse pollen, whereas days of dry wind simply blow it around,... Continue reading
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The first weekday of each month means our First Alert monthly forecast on the morning show. Some months, the forecast seems straight-forward…this month, that isn’t the case. What does seem likely is for a large pool of cool air through... Continue reading
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Many New Englanders consider Memorial Day weekend to be the unofficial start of summer – the weather isn’t always eager to oblige, but this year, the 10-day forecast during and after Memorial Day weekend does look more like summer than... Continue reading
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The change in air is noticeable across New England Tuesday morning with a drop in both temperature and dew point – the measure of the amount of moisture in the air – but with the energy that drove yesterday’s cold... Continue reading
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Slowly but surely, the air in New England will turn warmer and more humid through the weekend, from south to north. The first sign of changing air was evident Thursday morning with clouds and pockets of fog and drizzle as... Continue reading
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Wednesday brings the most widespread clouds of the week with a few sprinkles from time to time after early morning showers fell from parts of the South Shore of MA to Cape Cod. The change in weather isn’t marked by... Continue reading
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New England is set up for a stretch of cool days that start Saturday and extend not just through Mother’s Day weekend, but through the first half of next week. The culprit will be a stalling, large and strong storm... Continue reading