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Low Pressure To Bring Us A Chilly, Damp Saturday

Quick Glance At The Weekend

Two low pressure areas will pass to the southeast of New England this weekend – the first on Saturday, followed by another on Sunday. The good news is, the worst [...]

Wednesday Morning Radar Mosaic

Squeezing In Another Mild Day

A cold front located to the west of the region will take its time moving eastward across Southern New England today. Out ahead of this frontal boundary, warm southwest winds [...]

Model Temperatures Tuesday Afternoon. Courtesy WxBell

Sunny and Pleasant Today

Clear skies and light winds allowed temperatures to drop into the 30s overnight, leading to some isolated patches of frost first thing this morning. However, despite the chilly early morning, [...]

Warmer Southwest Winds Next Couple of Days

Milder Air On Our Doorstep

High pressure will move off the Eastern Seaboard over the course of the next 24 hours, setting us up for a couple of days of well above average temperatures this [...]

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CapeCodWeather.Net

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 [...]

Simulated Radar Image Valid 8AM Tuesday

Timing the Rain

Latest computer model data is rolling in and continues to suggest that we are going to be dealing with a wet day tomorrow on the Cape as showers move through [...]

CapeCodWeather.Net

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, [...]

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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 [...]

ASOS

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 [...]

Courtesy: NOAA

NOAA September 2014 Climate Data

Global Highlights The combined average temperature over global land and ocean surfaces for September 2014 was the highest on record for September, at 0.72°C (1.30°F) above the 20th century average [...]

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 [...]