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Friday Morning Visible Satellite Image

Nice End To The Work Week

Winds shifted to the north behind a cold front that moved across New England last night, pushing the somewhat humid air mass that’s plagued the area this week out of […]

Cold Front Marches South Tonight

Pick of The Week – Friday

A cold front is sliding through New England today (producing some strong to severe thunderstorms over parts of the interior this afternoon) and will push offshore tonight. Behind this front, […]

Wednesday Morning Visible Satellite Image

Similar Story

Wednesday is shaping up to be a similar day to Tuesday. We can expect a messy sky featuring times of hazy sunshine interspersed with areas of cloudiness, a gusty southwest […]

Southwest Wind Off the Water

Breezy, Much Cooler Than The Interior

Warm, summer-like air poured into New England on Monday and will linger around the region throughout the week. Temperatures over interior parts of Southern New England will climb well into […]

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Visible Satellite Image

Touch of Low Cloudiness Here and There

A couple of small patches of low clouds popped up after 8AM. As the sun climbs higher in the sky and west to southwest winds freshen…these patches of thin gray […]

Saturday Morning Visible Satellite Image

Gray Start, Brighter Finish

As expected, a thick overcast along with areas of dense fog and mist developed overnight and has lingered into the mid-morning hours of Saturday. In addition, a cool northeast wind […]

Thursday Morning Visible Satellite Image

Another Cool Day

The latest visible satellite image shows a widespread deck of clouds running from northwest to southeast across southern and western parts of New Hampshire, much of central and eastern Massachusetts […]

8AM Temperatures

Saturday off to a Sunny and Mild Start

Temperatures only dropped back into the middle and upper 40s across most of the Cape last night (a few backyards were a bit colder here and there) and that led […]

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United States Drought Monitor

“Isolated showers had little effect on the Northeastern dryness (D0) and moderate drought (D1). From March 1 – May 26, precipitation totaled one-half to two-thirds of normal in locations such […]