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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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It’s a bit of irony that on this first day of March in our early morning show from 4-7 AM I delivered our take on a warmer-than-normal month ahead while broadcasting a First Alert from our weather team for subzero... Continue reading
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Cold and dry air firmly in place Friday has delivered bright sun and a light wind, but temperatures will struggle to hit 40 degrees at the warmest time of the day. Nonetheless, without the wind of Thursday, the air may... Continue reading
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New England resembles a snow globe with a lot of light snow falling but a very gradual accumulation. At times, snow picks up in intensity and that will happen more often and in more spots Friday afternoon and evening as... Continue reading
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Over the course of the last few days we’ve heard about more snow and ice from Texas to the Mid-Atlantic, and snow with cold air from the Midwest to the Great Lakes. Over the next two days, pieces of those... Continue reading
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A quiet Wednesday across New England with much-needed sunshine comes courtesy of a slug of dry – but chilly – air from Canada. Melting will be slow, but not absent in Southern and Central New England as temperatures near the... Continue reading
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Tuesday’s messy start of snow and sleet north, freezing rain and rain south, caused a rash of morning vehicle crashes before temperatures warmed in Southern New England and precipitation ended from west to east, regionwide. Last to see the wintry... Continue reading
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A slow-moving frontal system with multiple storm centers rippling along it over the past several days has left a path of destruction behind: multi-vehicle crashes in Fort Worth, TX, Friday, Nashville, TN, Saturday, Oklahoma City Sunday and from Alabama to... Continue reading
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Our advice to New Englanders (and our own meteorology team!): enjoy the relatively quiet weather this weekend, things could change dramatically next week. We are expecting some snow showers Sunday morning, but these aren’t expected to be a big deal…though... Continue reading
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Light morning snow Thursday fell near the South Coast of New England, well north of the storm center that crossed the Mid-Atlantic, dropping anywhere from a coating on the Islands of Massachusetts to over two inches in far Southwest Connecticut!... Continue reading
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New England is in for a break from storm threats for a few days, though that’s not because the weather pattern itself has quieted: the jet stream – the fast river of air, high in the sky, that steers storm... Continue reading
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Tuesday’s storm is quick-hitting and not very well organized. Even as of Tuesday morning, the pockets off snow moving toward New England from Pennsylvania were ill-defined as energy aloft attempts to develop snow into dry air. By late morning onward,... Continue reading
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Monday brings a one-day respite from snow, but more accumulating snow is in the forecast for Tuesday. Monday’s break in the action comes courtesy of a slug of dry air that’s delivered sunshine, reflecting off the freshly fallen 6-12” snow... Continue reading
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An exceptionally light mix of snow and freezing rain showers Friday morning created a few isolated slick spots but was representative of the leading edge to milder air that takes over in Southern New England for the remainder of the... Continue reading
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Another morning of snow started Thursday for Eastern and Central Massachusetts as the last of the upper level atmospheric energy that drove the early week Northeast winter storm drifts overhead, on a slow departure to our east. Drier air breaking... Continue reading
Updated Boston area top reports from National Weather Service Skywarn Spotter network (thank you to all our observers for NBC10 Boston & NECN and to the entire Skywarn Spotter Network!! 1.LOWELL – 24” 2.EAST ACTON – 21.8” 3.HUDSON (MA) –... Continue reading
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The atmosphere is in flux over New England, and that almost always means things get interesting. Pockets of mostly light snow persisting from overnight Wednesday night through Thursday morning delivered slick local and secondary roads but even as snow continues... Continue reading
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It wasn’t a lot of snow by New England standards, but the general two to four inch snow – with locally higher amounts – dropped enough to result in accidents on New England roads and highways through Wednesday morning. As... Continue reading
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More active winter weather is returning to New England. The storm that delivered a foot of snow to the Midwest and, sadly, dropped a deadly tornado on Fultondale, Alabama, is splitting into two distinct pieces – New England won’t bear... Continue reading
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A definite change in the weather pattern is unfolding for New England, removing us from our multi-week lull that’s delivered winter complacency for some. The awakening of winter comes as the feed of Pacific energy and moisture comes alive in... Continue reading
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We’re on the cusp of a mighty cold weekend – perhaps not cold by January standards in New England, but biting cold by THIS January’s standards in New England! Canadian air spilling in on a northwest wind will hold temperatures... Continue reading
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This week’s weather pattern has been repetitive: a series of energetic disturbances aloft, prompting clouds, flurries and snow showers with gradually cooler air each day, while significant moisture needed for larger storm development stays separate, to the south. The pattern... Continue reading
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The steady stream of energetic disturbances through the sky of New England continues for days to come – creating periods of clouds, flurries, sprinkles and showers of snow and rain, but cut off from substantial moisture locked way to the... Continue reading
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This week actually brings busy weather high in the sky – multiple energetic disturbances will drop southeast from Canada across the Great Lakes and into New England – but at ground level there’s not a lot of impact except periods... Continue reading
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Friday brings a break between Thursday’s weak system that delivered light rain and snow to some and what remains of the once-powerful storm that’s crossed the Northern Tier of our nation and passes through New England Saturday. Breaks in the... Continue reading
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Lots of clouds are in the forecast for a few days, though rain and snow falling from those clouds will be limited. Thursday finds a strung-out disturbance aloft moving east out of the Twin Tiers of Southern NY and Northern... Continue reading