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Two Day Rainfall Amounts

An area of rain passed through the area on Tuesday night and a second batch moved through in very similar fashion Wednesday night. Here’s a look at rainfall totals posted into the CoCoRaHS network of observers for both events. While […]

Radiational Cooling

Last night was a classic example of radiational cooling. The combination of clear skies, light wind, fresh snow cover and a dry air mass allowed temperatures to free-fall around the area overnight. Those conditions allow the day’s “heat” to quickly […]

Snowfall Totals

The season’s first big winter storm came and went Saturday and left the area buried under 10 to 15 inches of snow. Here is a map and list of snowfall totals compiled by the National Weather Service:

Up to an Inch of Rain Yesterday

A steady light rain and drizzle during the day on Tuesday transitioned to a cold, soaking wind-swept rain later in the day and into Tuesday evening. As low pressure neared the region Tuesday evening, downpours moved across the area, bringing […]

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Breezy, Dreary, Sort of Day

Low pressure passing south of the area today will only slowly move southeastward away from New England over the course of the day today and into tonight. Here in southeastern most New England that means we will be stuck in […]

Cold Start But a Nice Recovery

Clear skies and light winds allowed temperatures to free-fall overnight. Readings bottomed out in the 10s across a good chunk of the Cape…with Falmouth dropping to 14F and Hyannis dipping to 16F. Only spots right along the water’s edge and […]

Next Shot For Unsettled Weather Arrives Mid-Week

High pressure is locked in over the region today and will remain in place into Tuesday morning, yielding typical quiet mid-winter weather around the area. Highs today and Monday will generally be in the middle and upper 30s around the […]

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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 […]

Storm Pulling Away

Wind-driven downpours have shifted to our northeast and strong southeast winds have shifted to the west – signaling the passage of today’s storm center. Drier air will work in overnight on strong west winds. A few gusts over 50 mph […]