Very heavy rain is passing over the Cape, with 2 to 3.5″ per hour rainfall rates yielding pockets of street flooding in some areas. Check out the view from Falmouth: @NWSBoston Davis Straits easy Falmouth pic.twitter.com/PiYGuLcGer — Erick Coe (@Ecoe82) […]
Downpours and thunder this morning will be pushing offshore shortly and skies will quickly clear from west to east across the Cape. So despite the gray, windy and wet start to the weekend, expect a much nicer afternoon with developing […]
A southerly flow of air originating in the tropics has sent our first wave of truly muggy air of the season into the region. Dew point values are in the 60s and lower 70s across Southern New England and will […]
Showers spilled onto the Cape late Friday afternoon and will continue to pass through the area through the nighttime hours. Model guidance shows the potential for some downpours overnight and we may hear a rumble of thunder.
The high temperature officially reached 91F at Hyannis on Tuesday – just about 20F above the average for the date (72F) and a new “record” for Hyannis (period of record begins in 1998). The early season heat is now a […]
Thick morning clouds are shifting eastward and will give way to partly sunny skies and mild conditions soon. Temperatures in the 50s and lower 60s will jump to the upper 60s and lower 70s for afternoon highs.
Cold and very dry air is in place over the region and will lead to another unseasonably cold night tonight. In fact, with skies remaining clear and winds gradually diminishing through the night, it’s likely that some places will find […]
While we’ve escaped the storm without much snow to speak of, we certainly haven’t avoided the wind. Frequent gusts in excess of 50 mph have been reported across the Cape and Islands and many gusts in excess of 60 mph […]
Arctic air combined with strong west and northwest winds is yielding dangerously cold weather across the Northeast and New England this morning. Check out the current wind chill values around the region. Many spots are well below zero – meaning […]
Temperatures climbed into the 50s and 60s last week, giving us a (false) taste of Spring as we closed out February. What a difference a week can make! Arctic air has taken hold of the Northeast and New England and […]