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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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Temperatures more typical of middle April are unfolding across New England over the next couple of days, and this means highs in the 55 to 60 degree range for many, which will push records for warm daytime highs and nighttime... Continue reading
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As the center of high pressure, or fair weather, drifts away from New England, clouds will increase from west to east in our Thursday sky ahead of an approaching warm front moving east from the Great Lakes. A warm front... Continue reading
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As high pressure – a fair weather cell – from Canada crests over New England, a Tuesday morning breeze goes quiet during the day as cool air remains anchored in the region for the time being. The center of high... Continue reading
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As Tuesday’s storm departs though the Canadian Maritimes after dropping a rare nine inches of snow at Chilmark, on Martha’s Vineyard, the broad and far-reaching counter-clockwise flow of air around the storm has ushered a feisty northwest wind into New... Continue reading
For those who missed the explanation on-air, this was shot on an iPhone just to give a quick overview if you're curious about why Tuesday's snow storm failed to materialize as expected. There are other factors at play, but meteorologically,... Continue reading
There is a LOT going on in the weather world, even if there's no imminent "big event!" In this video I cover: This morning's uncommon black ice event New Moon coastal flood potential through the weekend Gusty wind for summit... Continue reading
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Thursday marks the start of a noticeably different feeling in the weather – a milder feeling with cold relaxing and temperatures set to warm daily until challenging record warmth this weekend. For now, the absence of wind and the presence... Continue reading
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The recent chilly air is easing regionwide across New England as the center of high pressure drifts slowly east of the region, allowing a light and variable morning wind to turn and blow gently from the southwest during the second... Continue reading
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Although pockets of light snow will continue off and on through Monday, overall impact will be negligible as roads continue steadily improving with temperatures easing above the melting point and road treatments taking hold. Nonetheless, enough moisture lingers in the... Continue reading
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Although chilly air continues for New England, the air Thursday isn’t quite as dry as it was Wednesday, this allows for quickly increasing clouds that will look like snow is coming most of the day, but at day’s end into... Continue reading
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Chilly and dry air has moved into New England and while that means sunshine with only fair weather clouds regionwide Wednesday, it also has delivered a cold start with lingering moisture as black ice and patchy snow on area roadways.... Continue reading
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In what continues to be a very active weather pattern for New England, our next storm is closing in quickly. Skirting along the edge of the intense, sub-zero cold splayed across the nation’s midsection, this next disturbance will tap into... Continue reading
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The respite between storms for New England extends through Thursday and Friday before our next storm system arrives Friday night through Saturday morning. For now, the energy set to form that storm is still in the Western United States, far... Continue reading
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Another potent storm is moving into New England, but like most storms this season until this past weekend, the storm will largely be rain and wind for Southern New England. That’s not to say there won’t be any snow at... Continue reading
Today's Technical Forecast Video Discussion is 11 minutes in length and updates thoughts from earlier this week. If you're a snow lover hoping for over a foot of snow, you may be wondering why this morning's broadcast didn't feature 12"... Continue reading
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48 hours prior to the onset of any storm, there’s some degree of uncertainty – but some storms carry more uncertainty than others, and this weekend’s weather system is one of those more uncertain setups. Some of the root of... Continue reading
So glad you enjoyed the technical video discussion yesterday. Today's discussion is 11 minutes of deep-dive on the players for our weekend storm: atmospheric energy over the West Coast and over the Aleutian Islands of Alaska...plus we'll await the guidance... Continue reading
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A deep-dive into the upcoming weekend storm, and why - unlike some others - I think the story on rain/snow line is far from written on this one. For snow lovers in Southern New England, all could go perfectly...but disappointment... Continue reading
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It’s a new year, but a familiar weather pattern for New England as quiet conditions and seasonable conditions start the week, not just for our New Year’s Day but also for the return to work and school Tuesday. Admittedly, this... Continue reading
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Colder air is slowly returning to what has been an abnormally mild New England over recent days, and the first signs have come as a change to snow, sleet and freezing rain in the Crown of Maine, where road conditions... Continue reading
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New England’s noteworthy absence of winter weather continues for at least the next few days for some – and beyond that for many in the southern half of New England. The theme of New England’s weather in the coming days... Continue reading
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Wintry air is returning to New England on a steady northwest wind Wednesday, as the region is sandwiched between a parade of storms riding along a slow-moving front over the Atlantic waters to our east, and an area of high... Continue reading
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A cold front marching across New England Wednesday clears just in time to allow for clearing after a blossom of late day clouds, with the likely exception of the far North Country. As the sky clears, the Gemind Meteor Shower... Continue reading
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With the heaviest rain and strong wind gusts through New England, the risk of new flooding drops except along some of our rivers, where runoff will continue to raise water levels in the coming 24-48 hours with some rivers reaching... Continue reading
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As the weekend approaches, New England has shifted gears in weather. A fast-moving southern stream disturbance is poised to bring changes, with dry and sunny conditions prevailing in the morning on Friday, but clouds will increase as the swift-moving system... Continue reading