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Officially a “Blizzard”

The early week coastal storm…that left anywhere from 8-10 inches of snow on a good chunk of the Cape, but upwards of 14 to 15″ near the Canal…was officially designated as a “blizzard” by the National Weather Service. In fact, […]

Adding On Some More

Not only did Friday and Saturday’s powerful coastal storm bring 90 mph wind gusts to the area, it also brought widespread 3 to 4 inch rainfall totals to the Cape. This continues our remarkable run of wet weather since the […]

Adding On

Sunday dawned gray and wet and finished gray and wet. A steady, cold, wind-swept rain persisted across the area throughout the second half of the weekend, yielding another solid soaking rain event on the Cape – adding to our remarkably […]

Very Wet Start to 2018

The historical average total precipitation at Hyannis for January and February (combined) is 7.55 inches. We are a bit more than half way through the month of February and some towns on the Cape have already picked up over 12 […]

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Strong Winds Today and Tonight

Strengthening low pressure moving south and east of the region will bring us a lengthy period of strong north and northeast winds over the next 24 to 36 hours. Already as of first thing Wednesday morning, winds are gusting 25 […]

Snowfall Forecast

Another coastal storm is set to impact the region over the next 24 hours, bringing us yet another round of strong winds, heavy precipitation and some areas of beach erosion and coastal flooding. Here on the Cape, we will ONCE […]

Colder than Normal Temperatures Continue

Despite tons of strong March sunshine, temperatures on Monday only topped out in the lower 30s across the Cape. Readings fell to the lower and middle 20s overnight and will only climb back to the middle and upper 30s today…all […]

Blizzard Warning Posted

The National Weather Service has posted a Blizzard Warning for the area effective as of 11PM tonight, valid until 8PM on Tuesday. A mix of rain and snow will overspread the area tonight and transition to all snow from west […]

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Heavy Rain and Some Thunder

Off and on rain, with some embedded elements of heavier rain, have been passing through the region for the better part of the last 24 hours now. However, as of late Sunday afternoon, downpours and even some lightning and thunder […]

Ocean Effect Snows Continue

Bitterly cold arctic air over the region is moving across the relatively “mild” ocean waters and producing clouds and snow showers and snow squalls. While the sun is shining across just about all of New England…and even on the Mid […]


Midday temperatures are stuck in the middle and upper 40s…and northeast winds are still gusting to 20 to 30 mph. That, plus a persistent deck of clouds over the region, is making for a very November-like look and feel to […]

Winds Increase

While Jose is slowly weakening and pulling eastward and away from the area tonight, the worst of the storm is yet to come here on the Cape. After wobbling eastward tonight, Jose is expected to stall on Thursday and gradually […]