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Trough Remains In Place Over the Northeast

Chilly But Mainly Dry Through The Weekend

Arctic air over the region today will moderate through the weekend, allowing temperatures to recover a bit over the next couple of days. However, the jet stream pattern – featuring […]

Snowfall Forecast

Updated Snowfall Forecast

Winter just won’t quit. Snow will fall steadily all day today on the Cape, gradually tapering to flurries and then ending later this evening. Expect difficult travel conditions as temperatures […]

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Simulated Radar Image For This Evening

Round One This Evening

The weekend snow will come in two main waves, one this evening and another tomorrow morning. Snow will blossom southwest of New England over the next few hours and shift […]

Friday Morning 7AM Temperatures

Frigid Day

Arctic air poured into the area overnight and will make for a brutally cold day today. Temperatures will be stuck in the 10s and northwest winds will create bitterly cold […]

Tuesday Midday Temperatures

Another Frigid Afternoon

Midday temperatures around the area are holding in the 10s to around 20F. Busy northwest winds are adding a noticeable bite to the air – despite plenty of deep blue […]

Midday Temperatures

Very Cold Afternoon

Temperatures at midday are holding in the upper 10s and lower 20s around the Cape. Northwest winds are still howling, gusting over 40 mph at times on the Lower and […]

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GFS Ensemble Plot

Weather For (Not) Dummies: Part 2

This is the second installment of the “Weather for (Not) Dummies” posts designed to help you decipher some common weather jargon. This particular post will focus on computer models – […]

weather balloon launch. image courtesy NOAA

Weather For (Not) Dummies: Part 1

I’ve had a handful of requests (emails, comments, phone calls) for clarification on weather jargon that gets tossed around by the likes of myself and other local meteorologists. The latest […]