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Nature Doing Nature Things…

Today’s MODIS image captured a snow-covered Northeast and New England. Fast-forward a few days and this will look quite a bit different given the upcoming warmth. MODIS imagery is always good for a study and today’s was no different as […]

As We Quiet Down…West Coast Takes a Beating

A series of winter storms impacted our region over the last couple of weeks, with 3 consecutive intense storm centers developing east of Cape Cod over the last 7 days. Two of these systems brought damaging wind gusts to the […]

Storm That “Missed” Us, Crushed Maine

While we endured plenty of wind and dealt with some pockets of moderate coastal flooding and beach erosion, the worst of Monday’s storm stayed to our north and east – and that’s an understatement. Take a look at the snowfall […]

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One More Surge of Warmth

Temperatures held in the 40s on Sunday and dropped to the 20s and 30s overnight, giving us a little reminder that full-on spring is not quite ready to take hold of the region just yet. However, with another storm system […]

Reality Sets In…

Our run of remarkable February warmth is over. After back-to-back days with high temperatures in the 60s across just about all of the Cape (the only spots that held a bit cooler with the typical locations right along the water, […]

We’ve Had Worse Weather in May

Temperatures climbed to the upper 40s and lower 50s on Wednesday and only fell to the 30s and lower 40s overnight. The unseasonably mild temperatures combined with a light southwest wind yielded some areas of dense fog – in typical […]

High Pressure Locked In

Fair weather will continue today as an area of high pressure sits overhead through the day. Beneath this fair weather center, we can anticipate mostly sunny skies, light winds and temperatures not far from average for the date – with […]

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Warmer Air Streaming Westward

A “mild” easterly flow of marine air off the Atlantic is finally eroding the cold that’s been in trapped in place over the area. Temperatures continue to inch upward this evening and will likely head to 40F or better overnight. […]

Back To Winter

Temperatures dipped to the upper 10s to middle 20s across the area overnight and readings as of late morning are holding in the upper 20s – quite a change from 24 hours ago and a far cry from where we […]

Back To Reality

Temperatures climbed to the middle 50s on average around the Cape today – with some spots on the Upper Cape making a run at 60F! This mild air will hang on through Thursday night but will soon be replaced by […]

Moderate to Heavy Snow Continues

As of 4PM most of the Cape has seen 6-9 inches of snow and moderate to heavy snow continues around the area. Visibility has been hovering between 1/4 and 1/2 mile and wind gusts as of 4PM are approaching 40 […]