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NHC Monitoring Another System

While there’s a strong tropical Storm (soon to be hurricane) moving through the central Atlantic, all eyes in the world of tropical meteorology are monitoring the progress of “Invest 99L.” The well developed tropical wave is moving through the northern […]

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Tropical Storm Gaston

The seventh named storm of the 2016 Atlantic Hurricane Season has developed. Tropical Storm Gaston is looking very healthy this morning and is forecast to quickly intensify – reaching hurricane strength late today or early Wednesday. Thankfully, for now, it […]

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Tropics Have Come Alive

There are 3 separate tropical features being monitored in the Atlantic. Fiona has been downgraded to a tropical depression and is forecast to remain weak as it moves northwestward. It poses no significant threat to any land at the current […]

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Some Welcomed Rain

Parts of the Cape picked up over 1/2 inch of rain first thing this morning as a frontal zone crossed through the area. The highest totals were on the Lower and Outer Cape in towns like Harwich, Brewster, Chatham and […]

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A Computer Simulated Radar Image For Friday Afternoon

Can’t Rule Out a Shower, Rumble of Thunder, Friday

A fairly weak cold front will slide southeastward across the Northeast and New England on Friday, pushing offshore Friday night. While the atmosphere is becoming humid and temperatures on Friday will be quite warm (suggesting some instability will be present […]

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Muggy Air Returns

A warm, humid southwest flow is becoming established over the area today and will linger through the day on Friday. Dew points will hold in the middle and upper 60s today, before climbing into the 70s tonight and remaining in […]

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Smooth Sailing

An expansive area of high pressure is locked in over the Northeast, dominating our weather and keeping us warm and precipitation free. This area of high pressure is slowly repositioning to our south and east, causing a return flow of […]

6:30 AM Temperatures

Chilly Morning

High pressure sitting overhead combined with a fresh, cool, dry air mass allowed temperatures to drop into the 40s across many spots in the Northeast and New England last night. Here on the Cape, many locations dipped into the 50s, […]

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Dew Point Readings

Drying Out

A cold front slipped offshore this morning and flipped winds to the northwest, transporting a much more comfortable air mass into the region. Check out the dew point temperatures across the Northeast and New England this afternoon. Only extreme eastern […]

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Pleasant Afternoon

A few clouds have drifted overhead now and then but overall Saturday has been quite nice and will remain pleasant through the remainder of the afternoon. Temperatures have reached the lower 80s across parts of the area, but have actually […]

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Humidity Relaxes, Heat Doesn’t

A cold front will cross through the region and shift winds to the northwest Wednesday, pushing Tuesday’s muggy air out to sea…sending dew point readings down from the 70s and into the 60s. However, the air mass behind the “cold” […]

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Warm Pattern Continues

It was another hot August day across the area, with high temperatures once again well into the 80s – a solid 5 to 10F above the average for the date which is just a bit shy of 80F for mid-August […]