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Visible Satellite Image - Plenty of Sun But Cold Today

A Mid-Winter Day

Arctic air poured into the region overnight and sent temperatures tumbling into the lower and middle 20s around the Cape. Low temperatures were some 10 to 15F below normal and […]

Well Below Normal Temperatures This Week

Arctic Air

A big dip in the jet stream has transported a chunk of arctic air southward across Canada and down into the Lower 48 states. Temperatures over the Great Plains and […]

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8AM Temperatures

Quick Recovery

After starting the day in the lower and middle 30s in some spots around the Cape…temperatures have rebounded quickly this morning with 8AM readings already climbing into the 50s in […]


Quick Look Forecast

Here’s a snapshot of the weekend forecast. Both days are looking good, though it’ll turn breezy and cooler on Sunday behind a cold front. Get the full 7-day forecast over […]

Thursday Midday Radar

More Showers Developing

The midday radar image shows new showers and embedded downpours developing over the waters south and east of New England. These downpours will rotate northwestward into the area over the […]

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Hyannis Rainfall Data

Catching Up

Going into the fall we had “accumulated” a noteworthy rainfall deficit thanks in part to a bone-dry September in which less than an inch of rain fell on parts of […]

October 2014 Temperatures

October 2014 Climate Info

The October national temperature was 57.1°F, 3.0°F above average. This ranked as the fourth warmest October in the 120-year period of record. The average maximum (daytime) October temperature for the […]

Courtesy NASA

One Giant Sunspot

A giant active region on the sun erupted on Oct. 26, 2014, with its sixth substantial flare since Oct. 19. This flare was classified as an X2-class flare and it […]


Official Wind Gusts

Here’s a look at the some of the official ASOS wind gusts from our late October nor’easter. The strongest winds were felt along the coast from Boston northeastward, however, even […]