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Friday Morning Visible Satellite Image

Nor’easter Slow to Pull Away

We’ve been greeted this morning by cloudy skies, periodic light showers, patches of mist and drizzle and a stiff north wind gusting better than 30 mph at times. The unpleasant [...]

Tuesday Morning Radar

Showers Barely Clip The Area Today

A batch of heavy rain south of Cape Cod and the Islands will move north and eastward over the course of the morning. Based on the current timing, placement and [...]

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Thursday Midday Radar

More Showers Developing

The midday radar image shows new showers and embedded downpours developing over the waters south and east of New England. These downpours will rotate northwestward into the area over the [...]

Simulated Radar Image Valid 8AM Tuesday

Timing the Rain

Latest computer model data is rolling in and continues to suggest that we are going to be dealing with a wet day tomorrow on the Cape as showers move through [...]

CapeCodWeather.Net

One More Mild Day…

Temperatures peaked near 70F on Friday under mostly sunny skies. Similar conditions can be expected on Saturday, as afternoon temperatures reach to between 65 and 70F around the Cape. However, [...]

Surface Analysis and radar mosaic

Warm and Muggy Air Still In Place

The Thursday morning surface analysis shows a cold front to the west of New England. To the east of this boundary, warm and humid air has been streaming northward up [...]

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ASOS

Official Wind Gusts

Here’s a look at the some of the official ASOS wind gusts from our late October nor’easter. The strongest winds were felt along the coast from Boston northeastward, however, even [...]

Courtesy: NOAA

NOAA September 2014 Climate Data

Global Highlights The combined average temperature over global land and ocean surfaces for September 2014 was the highest on record for September, at 0.72°C (1.30°F) above the 20th century average [...]

NOAA's Winter Temperature Outlook

NOAA’s Winter Outlook Released

Below average temperatures are favored in parts of the south-central and southeastern United States, while above-average temperatures are most likely in the western U.S., Alaska, Hawaii and New England, according [...]