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Simulated RADAR Sunday

Few Showers Sunday

After a very cold night last night, warmer air is already streaming back into the area and will result in a very nice day today. Temperatures will peak in the [...]

High Pressure Ushers In Cold Air Tonight. Computer Model Temperatures at 2PM Friday. Base Image courtesy WxBell.

Chilly Day Coming Up Friday

Temperatures started off in the 40s across most of the Cape today (readings actually dipped into the 30s in Martha’s Vineyard shortly before dawn!) but will climb quickly back through [...]

Wednesday Morning IR Satellite

A Bit Cool, But Tough To Complain Otherwise

High pressure is moving overhead today, ensuring us a quiet, comfortable day. The Wednesday morning satellite imagery shows clear skies across the Northeast, with just some patchy valley fog over [...]

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NAM Model Dewpoint Values.

From Cold and Frosty To Warm and Muggy

We’re in the middle of quite a weather turn-around. Friday’s chilly air mass has left the region, but not before depositing an early season frost in many parts of Southeastern [...]

Wednesday Afternoon Surface Analysis

Beautiful Afternoon on the Cape

Other than a few billowing clouds dotting the sky and blocking the sun here and there, Wednesday has featured plenty of deep blue sky and seasonable temperatures near 70F. Winds [...]

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 [...]

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Activity Continues at Bardarbunga

While lava continues to pour out onto the Holuhraun lava field in Iceland, researchers have started to notice some strange activity taking place at the adjacent Bardarbunga volcano. Bardarbunga’s caldera [...]

Precipitaiton Departure From Normal This Month


It’s been a very dry month of September thus far, with a hardly noticeable .07″ of rainfall recorded at Hyannis and a whopping .10″ at Chatham through today. This follows [...]

Courtesy NOAA / WPC

Another Southwest U.S. Flood Event

The remnants of Hurricane Odile are moving into the far northern reaches of the Gulf of California today and will push into extreme northwest Mexico and into the southwestern part [...]