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Some Snow Expected Tonight Into Friday

Low pressure developing well offshore will link up with some upper level energy and ocean moisture to produce a small area of snow showers over extreme Eastern Massachusetts and parts […]

Simulated Radar Image

Heavy Rain Later Today

Low pressure will pass very near to Nantucket and Chatham this evening. Just prior to its arrival and passage, a period of heavy, wind-driven rain is likely across extreme southeast […]

CapeCodWeather.Net Snowfall Forecast

Southern New England Snowfall Forecast

The first winter nor’easter of the season is going to strike the region on Wednesday, bringing widespread accumulating snowfall to the interior of New England. Here’s a look at the […]

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Simulated Evening Radar

Storm Coverage

Areas of street flooding likely this evening as very heavy rain lifts up and over the Cape and Islands. Over 2″ of rain is likely. NE winds will pick up […]

radar and temperature composite

Radar and Temperatures

Mid-morning temperature are radar composite. Most of the coastal plain is running in the upper 30s to middle 40s. Colder temperatures – in some cases at the freezing mark – […]

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 […]

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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 […]

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 […]