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Rainfall Totals

Here’s a look at the rainfall totals submitted into the CoCoRaHS Network for Wednesday’s heavy rains:

October 2017: Above Average Temperatures and Precipitation

October 2017 is in the books and the month closed out well above average both in terms of temperature and precipitation. Temperatures: At Hyannis, October was 6.3F above the long-term average (59.4 vs 53.1). The coolest temperature recorded in the […]

Another Big Rain Event

Downpours and some embedded thunderstorms pushed across the area on Wednesday and gradually transitioned to a steady moderate rain through the afternoon, evening and overnight hours. Most of the Cape picked up a general 2 to 4 inches of rain, […]

Saturday Rainfall

Showers, pockets of mist and drizzle and some embedded elements of heavier rain crossed over the area throughout much of the day on Saturday. Most of the Cape saw around 1/2 inch of rainfall but some locations recorded nearly an […]

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Cold and Damp Saturday

Low pressure lifting up the Eastern Seaboard is spreading a shield of rain and snow northward into New England today. Here on the Cape, temperatures are in the middle and upper 30s and milder air is working its way into […]

Some Snow and Rain Expected Saturday.

Colder air has built into the region and has set the stage for the region’s first widespread wintry weather event of the 2017-2018 winter season. A wave of low pressure will take shape east of the Carolinas tonight and ride […]

Cooling Off. First Flakes of the Season Possible This Weekend

A cold front is crossing the region and will slip offshore this morning, marking the beginning of a rather wintry weather pattern. Behind the advancing cold front, chilly Canadian air is building south and eastward through the central and eastern […]

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Chilly

Midday temperatures are stuck in the middle and upper 40s…and northeast winds are still gusting to 20 to 30 mph. That, plus a persistent deck of clouds over the region, is making for a very November-like look and feel to […]

Winds Increase

While Jose is slowly weakening and pulling eastward and away from the area tonight, the worst of the storm is yet to come here on the Cape. After wobbling eastward tonight, Jose is expected to stall on Thursday and gradually […]

Conditions Gradually Deteriorate

The 5PM advisory from the National Hurricane Center placed Hurricane Jose about 285 miles south of Nantucket. The storm was wobbling north-northeastward at just 8 mph – unusually slowly for a hurricane along / off the East Coast of the […]

Drying Out

The short-range HRRR model animation of dew point values does a nice job of illustrating the incoming dry air. Values are in the lower and middle 70s this morning but will drop into the 60s during midday and early afternoon […]