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Incredible Rainfall Totals

For the second time this summer (the first was July 7th) the combination of deep tropical moisture combined with a strong low level jet stream to produce remarkable – in many cases, damaging – rainfall totals on the Cape. Last […]

Tropics Getting Busier

Tropical Storm Gert is gradually becoming better organized off the East Coast as it moves northward parallel to the Eastern Seaboard. The system is forecast to strengthen into a hurricane in the coming days. Thankfully, the storm will remain well […]

Rainfall Totals

Showers crossed over the area Monday night and deposited about 1/3 to 1/2 inch of rain over the Cape. While we missed the heaviest rains (the truly heavy downpours passed south of the region) the wet weather was still welcomed […]

Right on Schedule…

After a lengthy stretch of (typical) quiet conditions throughout the month of July, the tropics are coming to life right on schedule as we start to push through August. The National Hurricane Center is currently tracking a couple of areas […]

Latest in Weather Blog

Muggy. Slowly Developing Sunshine

A warm soupy air mass has invaded the area on southerly winds and will remain over the region until the passage of a Wednesday cold front. Dew point values are once again in the lower and middle 70s, creating a […]

Turning Very Humid. Showers Expected.

A surge of tropical air moving northward up the Eastern Seaboard will barrel into the region today and remain in place through tonight and into a good chunk of Saturday. Southerly winds took hold overnight and dew point values…which were […]

A Nice Summer Day

Drier air is building into the area and sending dew points tumbling into the 40s and 50s across the region. This dry air will stick around through the day today and combine with temperatures in the 70s to near 80F […]

Sunny, Warm, Turning Less Humid.

Light southerly winds flipped around to the northwest after midnight, beginning the process of clearing things out and lowering the humidity. Low clouds and fog pushed seaward by morning and we are set to enjoy a very nice mid-August day […]

Latest in Updates


Visible satellite imagery from mid-morning shows about as perfect a sky as you’ll ever see across the region. High pressure building in to the region is squelching cloud growth and resulting in just about 100 percent sunshine across the area.

Very Comfortable For This Time of Year

Dew point values are in the 40s and 50s across the Northeast and New England this morning and in the 50s and 60s across almost all of the eastern half of the nation. One has to travel all the way […]

Torrential Downpours Causing some Flooding in Spots

Very heavy rain is passing over the Cape, with 2 to 3.5″ per hour rainfall rates yielding pockets of street flooding in some areas. Check out the view from Falmouth: @NWSBoston Davis Straits easy Falmouth — Erick Coe (@Ecoe82) […]

Big Turn Around…

Downpours and thunder this morning will be pushing offshore shortly and skies will quickly clear from west to east across the Cape. So despite the gray, windy and wet start to the weekend, expect a much nicer afternoon with developing […]