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Chilly Night Coming Up

There was certainly no mistaking the Fall-feel to the air today across Southern New England. Temperatures here on the Cape held in the lower 60s in most spots and readings [...]

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Clouds Advance Saturday, Showers Follow

Two areas of low pressure will pass near New England on Saturday and Saturday night, one passing north of the region and one passing south and east of Cape Cod. [...]

Cool North Winds on Friday

Very Autumn-like Feel to Friday

A cold front is sliding eastward toward the area and will slip offshore overnight tonight. Behind the front (which will pass with very little fanfare), winds will turn to the [...]

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Surface Analysis

Upper 60s / Lower 70s Through The Afternoon

A busy northeast wind and scattered clouds will result in generally steady temperatures through the remainder of the day. While readings may sneak up another degree or two here and [...]

Tuesday Morning Visible Satellite Image

Sunny Start But Clouds Are On The Way

Partly to mostly sunny skies first thing this morning have provided a nice start to Tuesday. Unfortunately, clouds associated with a low pressure system over the Mid-Atlantic are advancing quickly [...]

Saturday Evening Surface Analysis

Drier Air Marching East

A cold front is pushing across the Northeast and New England, marking the dividing line between very sticky summer air over the region and much cooler and drier air to [...]

Mid-Afternoon Dewpoints

Steamy Afternoon

We’ve turned the calendar to September and headed into the start of meteorological Fall…but today is going down as one of the warmest and most uncomfortable days of the “summer” [...]

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Summer 2014

Summary of Summer 2014 on Cape Cod

Here’s a look at the temperature and precipitation data for the summer of 2014. These values are taken from the official Hyannis data provided by the National Weather Service / [...]

A “Super” Harvest Moon

Skies will clear over the course of the day today and remain clear tonight, meaning we’ll have plenty of moon-light through the overnight hours, thanks to the full moon. The [...]

Precipitation Departure From Normal

We Could Use Some Rain

August got off to a fairly wet start, with 2.99″ of rain falling at Hyannis through the first 13 days of the month. Unfortunately, the weather pattern changed around during [...]