Here is a list of wind gusts collected by the National Weather Service from Tuesday’s nor’easter. Gusts to hurricane force were recorded along parts of the Cape and across parts of the North Shore of Massachusetts.
From NOAA: February by the numbers Last month, the average contiguous U.S. temperature was 41.2 degrees F, 7.3 degrees above the 20th-century average. February ranked as the second warmest February in the 123-year period of record, according to scientists from […]
The month of February goes into the books as a remarkably warmth month across most of the Lower 48 states. Here in the Northeast, the final 10 or so days of the month featured some incredibly warm temperatures – with […]
Today’s MODIS image captured a snow-covered Northeast and New England. Fast-forward a few days and this will look quite a bit different given the upcoming warmth. MODIS imagery is always good for a study and today’s was no different as […]
A series of winter storms impacted our region over the last couple of weeks, with 3 consecutive intense storm centers developing east of Cape Cod over the last 7 days. Two of these systems brought damaging wind gusts to the […]
While we endured plenty of wind and dealt with some pockets of moderate coastal flooding and beach erosion, the worst of Monday’s storm stayed to our north and east – and that’s an understatement. Take a look at the snowfall […]
Heavy rain passed over the Cape last night and although the steadiest of the rain shifted away this morning, showers – and some embedded downpours – continue to move through the area. Check out these rainfall totals posted to the […]
In rather typical La Nina fashion, temperatures have thus far averaged well above normal over the Eastern 1/3rd of the nation this month. Here in Southern New England, the month is running 4 to 6F above average.
While the upcoming coastal storm is likely to pack a punch – with some very strong easterly winds Monday afternoon into Monday night, the threat for coastal flooding around the Cape is unusually low thanks to some fortuitous timing with […]