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WPC Rainfall Forecast For This Week. Original image courtesy of WxBell

Another Dent in the “Drought”

October is quickly making up for our long run of dry weather that extended through much of August and September. After recording just .98″ of rain in the month of [...]


Ugly Week of Weather

A slow-moving upper level low pressure area will develop across the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast on Tuesday and linger over the region through Friday. At the surface, several low pressure areas [...]

Friday Morning Visible Satellite Image

Sunshine is Back…Mild Air Hangs On

A cold front pushed through the region overnight (preceded by some heavy downpours and rumbles of thunder Thursday evening) and moved offshore in time to set us up for a [...]

Thursday Morning Radar Image

Tracking a Band of Heavy Rain Today

Thursday morning radar imagery shows a band of showers and numerous downpours pushing eastward across Southern New England. This area of wet weather will shift through the western half of [...]

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One More Mild Day…

Temperatures peaked near 70F on Friday under mostly sunny skies. Similar conditions can be expected on Saturday, as afternoon temperatures reach to between 65 and 70F around the Cape. However, [...]

Surface Analysis and radar mosaic

Warm and Muggy Air Still In Place

The Thursday morning surface analysis shows a cold front to the west of New England. To the east of this boundary, warm and humid air has been streaming northward up [...]


Warm Southerly Flow

New England is sitting smack in the middle of a strong offshore ridge of high pressure and a cut-off low pressure area advancing through the Ohio Valley. The respective clockwise [...]


Model Rundown

A look at precipitation totals from a handful of today’s model runs for Saturday’s rain event.

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NOAA's Winter Temperature Outlook

NOAA’s Winter Outlook Released

Below average temperatures are favored in parts of the south-central and southeastern United States, while above-average temperatures are most likely in the western U.S., Alaska, Hawaii and New England, according [...]