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Monday Morning Visible Satellite Image and 9AM Temperatures

Hazy, Warm, Humid

A sunny and warm Sunday set the stage for a hazy, warm and humid Monday around the Cape. Temperatures overnight held in the 60s and quickly jumped into the 70s […]

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Computer Model Radar / Satellite Forecast Valid 9PM

Clouds Thicken Late…Rain Should Stay South

An area of clouds and showers riding northeastward from the Mid-Atlantic will clip the area later today and tonight. As a result, we can expect partly to mostly sunny skies […]

Radar Image Valid 7AM.

Tracking Showers, Thunder This Morning

A large area of thunderstorms is moving rapidly northeastward across Southern New England this morning. The batch of thunderstorms contains very heavy rain, areas of vivid lightning, some gusty winds […]

Temperatures as of Early Tuesday Afternoon

Looking Good

Early afternoon temperatures range from 75F at Chatham to 82F at Provincetown. And other than a bit of haze in the sky (perhaps some smoke blowing in from Canadian wildfires, […]

Monday Early Afternoon Visible Satellite Image

Not a Bad Afternoon

Stubborn clouds this morning have broken apart and yielded some partial sunshine this afternoon. Temperatures have recovered into the 70s. Thanks to the stabilizing effect of the ocean, the nicest […]

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NOAA: Stay Safe This Summer! #SummerSafety

Source: Stay Safe This Summer! #SummerSafety Summer means vacation, outdoor activities, and fun in the sun! It’s a time when families hit the road to visit national parks or distant […]

Courtesy NOAA and Courtesy of Jeff Otto, Wilmington Star News

Rip Current Safety | Ocean Today

Rip currents are powerful, narrow channels of fast-moving water that are prevalent along the East, Gulf, and West coasts of the U.S., as well as along the shores of the […]


May 2015 – Climate Data Highlights

The May contiguous U.S. average temperature was 60.8°F, 0.6°F above the 20th century average, near the median value in the 121-year record. Much of the East Coast and Northwest were […]