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Few Showers Expected Tomorrow. Simulated Radar Image Valid 2PM Friday Afternoon

Few Showers Friday

A fairly weak weather system will slide across the region tomorrow, yielding a lot of clouds and a period of light rain showers. Based on the current available data, it […]

High Pressure Dominates Today and Thursday

High Pressure In Control

A weak cold front crossed through the region yesterday, yielding a mostly cloudy day with a few sprinkles and light rain showers for a brief time during midday. This frontal […]

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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 […]

Cool Start To The Day

Cool Early Morning But a Great Afternoon

Clear skies and light winds allowed temperatures to fall to the lower and middle 30s overnight, yielding a chilly start to Sunday. However, we’ll see a very quick recovery this […]

7AM Radar, Satellite and Temperatures

Showers This Morning

A warm front lifting through the area is producing an area of showers, with some embedded downpours, across Southern New England. These showers are pressing eastward and will move through […]

Friday Afternoon Radar

Damp Friday Night

Showers are overspreading the area late this afternoon and will increase in coverage and intensity through the evening hours. Off and on rain will persist through tonight, before things dry […]

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Courtesy of NOAA

January through March Climate Highlights

The year-to-date contiguous U.S. average temperature was 37.2°F, 2.0°F above the 20th century average, and the 24th warmest January-March on record. Record warmth engulfed much of the West, where seven […]

Courtesy NOAA

“Winter” in Alaska

It has been a topsy-turvy winter for much of the contiguous United States. The divide between record warmest and much below-average could not be any more stark. In the eastern […]

Courtesy NASA

Northern Lights

A very strong geomagnetic storm is in the process of impacting the Earth. The storm is rated as a “G4″, with a Kp index as high as 8 (quite impressive). […]

Cape Cod Covered in Snow, Locked In Ice. Original Image Courtesy NASA / MODIS

MODIS March 7th, 2015

Yesterday’s crystal clear blue skies yielded a perfect day for the MODIS (NASA’s “Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer”) imager on the Aqua satellite to capture a look at snow-covered Cape Cod. […]