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Meteorologist Matt Noyes

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    Tracking Tropical Storm Isaias to Hit Tuesday

    After two Sunday evening tornado touchdowns – one in Falls Village, CT, and the other in Sandisfield, MA, incredibly humid air not only made for an uncomfortable night but also has led to areas of fog for our Monday morning.  The fog will burn off and humidity will very slowly decrease over the course of the day, limiting the heat…

  • forecast Jul 29

    Wednesday Weather Brings a Brief Break From Humidity For New England

    Fresh air has taken hold of New England for the day. It’s less humid because the dew point temperature, which measures the amount of moisture in the air, has dropped significantly.  The difference in the air was palpable as soon as the early morning hours Wednesday, with most communities 10 to 20 degrees cooler than the same time Tuesday morning….

  • forecast Jul 28

    Extreme Heat, Humidity and Scattered Storms Tuesday

    After a handful of communities joined the Century Club by topping out at or over 100° Monday afternoon, the temperature will be a few degrees cooler…but we won’t notice the difference. An increase in humidity creates a heat index around 100° for the metropolitan areas of southern New England Tuesday. Farther north, a round of morning showers combined with more…

  • Weather Jul 27

    Record Temperatures Near 100 Degrees Monday

    Monday’s record high temperature of 98 degrees in Boston was set in 1882 and isn’t an easy one to surpass, but after 138 years our First Alert team thinks that record will likely fall Monday afternoon, as we predict Boston’s temperature to top out at 99 degrees.  Some towns in southern New England are likely to hit the century mark,…

  • forecast Jul 21

    Heat Remains, Humidity Wanes Before Mid-Week Showers

    Tuesday is similar to Monday in one regard – it’s hot. The significant and noticeable difference comes with the feeling of the air. Humidity has decreased substantially, bidding farewell to heat index values and thick air, replacing it with a rare, dry summer heat in New England. Temperatures will still boost to around 90 degrees Tuesday afternoon, continuing the heat...

  • forecast Jul 20

    Extreme Heat, Humidity Continues With a Chance of Isolated Thunderstorms

    A deck of Monday morning clouds associated with a passing disturbance aloft dropped showers on a few communities Monday morning. But sunshine gains a footing by midday with heat and humidity back on the docket in the afternoon.  Our NBC10 Boston and NECN Weather Team continues a First Alert for exceptional heat and humidity – and the possibility of isolated…

  • forecast Jul 15

    Storms Bring Flooding, Hail to New England

    Thunderstorms flashed across prompted severe thunderstorm warnings in northern and western New Hampshire and flash flood warnings in northern Vermont and New Hampshire on Tuesday. Major flooding was reported in Woodsville, New Hampshire, where multiple streets and a portion of the Cottage Hospital were flooded. In Vermont, up to 3 inches of rain fell in some areas of Essex and…

  • forecast Jul 14

    Afternoon Thunderstorms Pose Flood Potential

    After flooding and a funnel cloud on Monday, storms are already making Tuesday another busy day.  Morning thunderstorms prompted severe thunderstorm warnings in northern and western New Hampshire and a flash flood warning in northern Vermont and New Hampshire on Tuesday. Major flooding was reported in Woodsville, New Hampshire, where multiple streets are flooded and water is also into...

  • Weather Jul 13

    FIRST ALERT: Localized Flooding, Damaging Winds Possible Monday

    A disturbance in the upper levels of the atmosphere that started Monday over Virginia is caught in the fast-flowing, storm-steering jet stream winds aloft and will be directed to New England by day’s end Monday, prompting areas of showers Monday morning, then downpours and thunderstorms Monday afternoon and evening.  Our NBC10 Boston and NECN Weather Team has issued a...

  • Tropical Storm Fay Jul 10

    Attention Turns to Possible Tropical Storm Fay

    Hazy, hot and humid weather Thursday indicates New England is firmly entrenched in a rich southerly flow of air.  While that’s sure to make Thursday a sweltering mid-summer day, it also means New England needs to watch carefully the storm that sits directly to our south and will be ushered northward over the next two days: a storm, according...

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