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Another 1-2″ of Rain Fell Overnight

Rainfall Totals Reported to the CoCoRaHS Network Heavy rain passed over the region last night, accompanied by strong gusty winds. Rainfall totals around the Cape were quite impressive given the relatively fast movement of the storm center. Here’s a list […]

EF-0 Tornado Confirmed

This morning’s wild weather brought another round of waterspouts and tornadoes to Southern New England…including a now confirmed EF-0 tornado in Woods Hole! Here is the official write up from the National Weather Service: PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE […]

Rainfall Totals

Saturday’s nor’easter brought high winds and heavy rain to the area. While the storm didn’t cause too many issues overall, it was a good reminder of the season ahead and the strong storms our area can have. Here are some […]

September Finishing Off on a Wet Note

Downpours moved through the region during mid-week and brought a good soaking rain to the area. A follow-up wave of low pressure pushed through our area on Friday and delivered a second round of downpours during midday, yielding a widespread […]

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Cool and Quiet Today. Rain and Wind Returns Tuesday

High pressure is cresting over the area today, yielding a quiet, albeit chilly, Veteran’s Day. Temperatures, which started the day in the 20s on much of the Upper Cape and in the lower 30s elsewhere, will top out in the […]

Breezy and Cold

A chilly Fall air mass has built into the Northeast and New England and will remain entrenched over the area through the day today and into Monday. Temperatures will only peak in the lower and middle 40s, which is well […]

Another Round of Downpours and Strong Winds

Intensifying low pressure will race northeastward today and pass over the area tonight, lifting northward into Canada during the day on Saturday. This weather system will spread yet another round of heavy rain and strong winds across the region. Simulated […]

Quiet and Cool

High pressure is building over the area today, yielding a quiet early November day across the Cape. Expect filtered sunshine through most of the day as some high clouds stream in and dim the sun at times. Temperatures will hold […]

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Relief

A cold front swung across the region today (and set off a couple of quick-moving downpours during the early and mid-afternoon hours) and brought a wind shift to the northeast. Behind this front, a bubble of much more comfortable air […]

Thunderstorm Threat

The National Weather Service’s Storm Prediction Center is hitting the thunderstorm threat quite hard for eastern New York State and parts of Southern New England today. While the threat is not as high locally, a few storms can’t be ruled […]

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 […]