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Cold Slipping Offshore...Mild Air / Return Flow Headed Our Way

Milder Air On The Way Back In

After a couple of cold days to start the week, milder air is on its way back into the Northeast. Monday and Tuesday’s chilly Canadian high pressure cell is slipping […]

Cold Temperatures To Our Northwest

Cold Air Taking Hold

A look at the Monday morning radar, satellite and temperature composite across the Northeast shows last night’s rainstorm pulling away and drier and much colder air pouring into New England. […]

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10:30AM Radar

Rain Quickly Developing

Light rain and drizzle has broken out around parts of the Cape during the mid- to late-morning hours and radar shows an expanding area of steadier, heavier rain to our […]


Nice, Quiet Afternoon

It was a cold, frosty early morning on parts of the Cape but plenty of sunshine has dominated the skies today and temperatures have recovered nicely. Readings are currently in […]


Here Comes The Wet Weather

Sprinkles and light showers overspread the area after lunchtime, bringing a few raindrops here and there. However, steadier rain is now moving in to Bourne and Falmouth and is headed […]

Latest in News and Notes

Courtesy CoCoRaHS

Beneficial Rain

A steady light rain fell across the Cape for most of Sunday…and gradually became a cold, soaking moderate to heavy rain Sunday night. Rainfall totals around the Cape ranged from […]

Courtesy: NOAA

October 2015 – Warmest Month Recorded

Global highlights: October 2015 The October average temperature across global land and ocean surfaces was 1.76°F (0.98°C) above the 20th century average. This was the highest for October on record, […]