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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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A splendid day has unfolded across New England Thursday in advance of yet another shot of spring rain that will add to rainfall totals in an April already responsible for dropping over 130% of our normal rain for a typically... Continue reading
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An upper level atmospheric disturbance packed full of energy is drifting north just off the Eastern Seaboard of the U.S. and will move directly over New England during the day Monday. The jet stream level disturbance will carry a pocket... Continue reading
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After the heavy downpours and thunderstorms that started Patriots Day for so many New Englanders, the weather will be quieter…but not entirely quiet yet. In fact, breaks of sun will belie an unstable atmosphere, ready to bubble up new clouds... Continue reading
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The air is changing in the sky over New England and Friday’s cloud cover is evidence of the clash of cool air with incoming warmth. Although organized rain won’t be entering New England until Friday evening and night from west... Continue reading
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Although a fair weather dome of high barometric pressure is cresting over New England today, locking in dry air for plenty of sunshine mixed only with a few high altitude clouds, the big storm making headlines in our nation’s midsection... Continue reading
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High pressure – fair weather – is building into New England and the Northeast for a few days, and this will mean gradually but steadily improving weather. Sunshine is limited Wednesday, with ample moisture in the lowest levels of the... Continue reading
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The Red Sox open their Fenway season with clouds and classically cool New England spring air, as a northeast wind turns due east but carries cool, moist air in from the Atlantic Ocean, holding ballpark temperatures in the 40s with... Continue reading
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An incredibly complex weather setup in the Northeast has meant incredibly varied conditions over New England for our Monday, from an expected six inches of snow in parts of Maine and New Hampshire to temperatures in the 60s in Connecticut... Continue reading
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A Red Flag Warning has been hoisted for Central and Southern New England by the government, indicating explosive fire growth conditions today, particularly with regard to brush fires. Westerly wind gusts have diminished to no higher than 45 mph today,... Continue reading
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New England was grazed Wednesday morning by a powerhouse storm over the Atlantic waters – a hurricane-force storm center that underwent “bombogenesis” – what viral media has more recently referred to as a meteorologically non-existent but publically charming term, “bomb... Continue reading
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A quiet Tuesday precedes New England’s next coastal storm, slated to make a run just off of our coastline Wednesday morning. Already Tuesday, while New England basks in sunshine with cool air holding highs close to 50 with wind chill... Continue reading
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This weekend is bringing a shot of mild air for many in New England, though the goods will not be distributed evenly across the six-state region. An upper-level atmospheric disturbance Friday delivers periodic showers to most of New England, excepting... Continue reading
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One last day of brilliant sunshine Thursday before the air changes in New England – and while the air will change for the milder, the clash of incoming warmth with pre-existing cool air will generate plenty of clouds and some... Continue reading
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Although fair and dry weather will continue for the next few days, owing to a large area of high pressure – a fair weather cell – temperatures will be on the rise after this midweek shot of chilly air. Wind... Continue reading
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A quiet weather pattern is unfolding for New England this week, though we’ll see temperature swings along the way. Monday morning saw the passage of a cold front across New England, turning the wind to blow from the north and... Continue reading
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Dry air not only has afforded Thursday morning sunshine for Eastern New England, but also will stave off steady rain until overnight Thursday night for most of New England, with light showers and sprinkles the worst most of us see... Continue reading
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Today not only brings the return of spring air with highs near 50 and a light wind under abundant sunshine, but also marks an astronomical extravaganza with the vernal equinox and a full moon all occurring this evening. The vernal... Continue reading
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Dry air associated with a high pressure system means fair weather for New England Tuesday and Wednesday. Keep in mind that high pressure means high barometric pressure, associated with sinking air – the opposite of what’s needed for significant cloud... Continue reading
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We’re starting a new workweek that, overall, will bring fairly quiet weather to New England. Of course, there are always subtle and interesting features along the way, plus we’re eyeing a Thursday disturbance likely to deliver both snow and rain... Continue reading
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The leading edge of warmer and more moist air – called a warm front in the world of meteorology – moved through New England with some showers and even a few thunderstorms Friday morning, opening the door to a day... Continue reading
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A weak disturbance Wednesday night will mark the passage of a warm front – the leading edge to new, milder air – through New England. On the front edge of the new air, the collision of antecedent cool air and... Continue reading
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A fresh shot of cool and dry air from Canada Tuesday has made a noticeable difference for New Englanders since Monday, knocking temperatures down by 5-10 degrees and the wind chill down by as much as 10-15 degrees, meaning wind... Continue reading
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After black ice led to several accidents on New England roadways Monday morning, a taste of spring air has combined with a blend of sun and clouds to bump temperatures to nearly 50 degrees. An incoming brief installment of cool... Continue reading
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With wind chill values hard-pressed to exceed 15 degrees above zero, Thursday marks the last day of truly deep, exceptional cold in New England for this stint with Canadian air. Though the air is very dry – promoting dry skin... Continue reading
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Cold air has taken root in New England and will remain in place throughout the rest of the workweek. Temperatures some 10-15 degrees colder than normal for this time of the year will couple with a busy wind to produce... Continue reading