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Couple of Quick Showers This Morning

A pocket of upper level energy is sliding across New England this morning and generating some light showers of rain and snow. Some parts of interior Southern New England picked […]

Afternoon Temperatures in the 40s and Low 50s

Early Showers, Mild Afternoon

Low pressure developing overhead will slip north of the region this morning, taking its shield of rain along with it. On the backside of this storm center, drier air will […]

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Tuesday Evening Temperatures

Mild Night

Temperatures continue to slowly rise this evening…with readings now in the middle and upper 40s. Light southeast winds will mean steady or slowly rising temperatures through the nighttime hours. Rain […]

Surface Analysis - Wednesday

Slow Step Downward

Mild air surged into the area yesterday, sending temperatures into the middle 50s by Tuesday evening. However, cooler air is now starting to work its way back into the region […]

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Colder Air Moving East

Unseasonably mild air over the region this afternoon will soon be shunted seaward. A strong cold front is plowing across the Northeast US and will shift offshore by evening. As […]

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 […]

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Low Pressure Swirling Overhead This Week

Wind and Rain Reports

Yesterday’s coastal storm will sit and spin overhead for the next several days, ensuring us prolonged stretch of gray and cool weather. Periodic showers (eventually it’ll become cold enough for […]

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Cold November

Eastern U.S. was cold, while the Southwest was warm. The contiguous US snow cover extent was record large. Alaska had fifth warmest November on record. During November, the average contiguous […]

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 […]