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Getting Closer to GOES-16

Courtesy of NOAA / NESDIS: Since NOAA’s GOES-16 satellite lifted off on November 19, 2016, a team of scientists and engineers from both NOAA and NASA, has been working around the clock to power on the satellite’s advanced instruments and […]

Wind Reports

Here is a list of wind gusts collected by the National Weather Service from Tuesday’s nor’easter. Gusts to hurricane force were recorded along parts of the Cape and across parts of the North Shore of Massachusetts.

NOAA’s Winter Recap

From NOAA: February by the numbers Last month, the average contiguous U.S. temperature was 41.2 degrees F, 7.3 degrees above the 20th-century average. February ranked as the second warmest February in the 123-year period of record, according to scientists from […]

February Review

The month of February goes into the books as a remarkably warmth month across most of the Lower 48 states. Here in the Northeast, the final 10 or so days of the month featured some incredibly warm temperatures – with […]

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Lots of Clouds, But Not as Cold

High temperatures on Thursday only reached the middle and upper 30s across the Cape, despite nearly 100 percent of the day’s available sunshine. And of course a persistent busy west and northwest wind made it feel noticeably colder throughout most […]

Cold March(es) On…

Arctic air took a couple of hours longer to build into the area yesterday than expected – which allowed morning temperatures to get into the 40s – but certainly arrived in full force during the afternoon and evening hours. Accompanied […]

Windy and Cold

An arctic frontal zone is cutting across New England first thing this morning and will push offshore not long after daybreak. Behind the front sharply colder air is pouring into the Northeast, driven along by strong northwest winds. As a […]

Pick of the Week?

Despite a cold gusty north wind and temperatures still sitting several degrees below average, it actually felt rather comfortable outside during the second half of Monday. The strong March sunshine can work wonders this time of year. And fortunately, before […]

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Cold Tonight But Not as Chilly Friday

Cold and very dry air is in place over the region and will lead to another unseasonably cold night tonight. In fact, with skies remaining clear and winds gradually diminishing through the night, it’s likely that some places will find […]

Powerful Winds

While we’ve escaped the storm without much snow to speak of, we certainly haven’t avoided the wind. Frequent gusts in excess of 50 mph have been reported across the Cape and Islands and many gusts in excess of 60 mph […]

Brutally Cold For Mid-March

Arctic air combined with strong west and northwest winds is yielding dangerously cold weather across the Northeast and New England this morning. Check out the current wind chill values around the region. Many spots are well below zero – meaning […]

Huge Change

Temperatures climbed into the 50s and 60s last week, giving us a (false) taste of Spring as we closed out February. What a difference a week can make! Arctic air has taken hold of the Northeast and New England and […]