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Gradually Making Up Ground

After an extended period of dry weather, things have begun to turn around precipitation-wise in recent weeks. A series of weather systems have impacted the region, most notably the remnants of Hurricane Matthew over Columbus Day Weekend, bringing some much […]


Tropics Still Active

An area of disturbed weather near the Bahamas is slowly starting to show signs of tropical organization and has been designated as “Invest 99L” in the Atlantic. The National Hurricane Center provided the following synopsis Tuesday morning: “1. Shower activity […]


Beneficial Rain

A week’s worth of gray skies finally delivered some meaningful rain to the area. Showers overspread the region Friday and continued to impact the area throughout the day on Saturday…gradually transitioning from soaking downpours to soaking wind-driven drizzle. Rainfall totals […]

Matthew Expected To Be in the Bahamas By Mid-Week. Interests Up and Down the Eastern Seaboard Should Keep an Eye on the Storm. Image Courtesy TropicalTidbits

Hurricane Matthew Beginning Its Move North

The 8AM advisory from the National Hurricane Center placed Category 4 Hurricane Matthew about 340 miles south-southwest of Port Au Prince, Haiti. Maximum sustained winds were estimated at 150 mph and the storm’s minimum central pressure was 947 mb. Matthew […]

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That Time of Year…

Cold high pressure building south from Canada today and tomorrow will set the stage for some wintry precipitation across parts of the interior Northeast and New England Wednesday night and Thursday. While this system is destined to bring us here […]


Cold Air Has Arrived

The jet stream has taken a noticeable jog southward over the Northeast, transporting our first cold-season-like air mass into the region. Snow flew over the mountains of New York State and New England this weekend and here on the Cape […]


Cooler and Cooler

A reinforcing shot of chilly air is moving into the region today and will really take hold of our weather tomorrow and Wednesday. The average high at Hyannis on October 24th is right about 60F and we’ll be fairly close […]

Rain to Start But Sunshine Takes Hold Today

Chilly, Damp Start But Sun Returns This Morning

A weak weather system sliding just south of the area first thing this morning brought increasing clouds overnight and a short-lived period of steady rain to start the day. Thankfully, this fast-moving weather feature is moving right along and will […]

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Dew Point Values Around 60F on the Cape this Morning

Touch of Humidity In the Air

A warm front is crossing New England today, bringing a surge of even milder air northward into the region. Temperatures will once again climb to the 70s for highs across much of the area, with some spots over interior Southern […]


Wind Starting To Increase

Hurricane Matthew is continuing to transition to a post-tropical cyclone. The storm resembles a Mid-Atlantic / Southern New England nor’easter more than a tropical cyclone at this point. Locally, steady moderate to at times heavy rain continues across the area […]


Clouds Filling the Sky…Showers Develop Tonight

Skies are turning mostly cloudy this afternoon and regional radar shows showers riding northward up the coast. The combination of moisture from Hurricane Matthew and an advancing cold front heading into the region will spell a wet Sunday around the […]

Friday Afternoon Heat Index Values


Skies turned mostly sunny and temperatures soared after lunchtime. Readings have peaked in the middle 80s to around 90F on much of the Cape, pushing the Heat Index or “Feels Like” temperature close to 100F at times. It will only […]