Noyes' Notes and 1DegreeOutside Today

Noyes' Notes and 1DegreeOutside Today

Noyes' Notes is the basics of what's going on in New England weather, boiled down to just a few, easy points. 1°Outside Today is the overview on New England, Upstate New York, Nova Scotia and Price Edward Island weather over the next 24 hours.

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July 22, 2024 2 mins

Our week starts with increasing humidity in Southern New England, which should lead to some isolated showers, downpours or a rumble of thunder during Monday afternoon into evening...and that chance expands into Central New England by evening.  Overnight, rain fills in by dawn for many.  Of course, as usual, we'll cover the rest of the week in our Insights video, our later this morning!


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It’s the weekend – and the weather across New England will be fantastic for the most part. Warm temperatures, fairly low humidity and mostly dry weather will prevail. A couple different disturbances will bring the chance of a few showers – and Matt highlights that risk in the 1°Outside Weekend Edition.

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Fantastic summer weather is in the cards for New England today. Expect plenty of sunshine, low humidity and pleasant temperatures. Danielle shares the beach forecast too.

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It’s a slow process to get the new, lower dew point air into New England Thursday, but once it’s here, it’ll stick around through the weekend for most of us, with the exception of far Southern New England. This also knocks down the chance of showers considerably…but not entirely. Matt has details.

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Today is the last day of intense heat and humidity before some welcome relief arrives tomorrow. Expect heat index values to soar to around 100 again in parts of central and southern New England. Another round of thunder will develop during the early to mid afternoon and slide east through the evening; some storms could become severe so keep an eye to the western sky later on today. Ofcourse we’ll keep you posted on that threat and ...

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It’s all about the heat and the humidity. We’re climbing a few degrees hotter than yesterday, reaching into the 90s with a heat index over 100. During periods of extreme heat and humidity, it’s crucial to stay safe and cool. Hydration is key—drink plenty of water throughout the day. Wear lightweight, light-colored clothing to reflect sunlight and keep cool. Whenever possible, seek shade or air-conditioned environments to avoid over...

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A combination of the heat and humidity will make it feel like it’s over 100 degrees in many areas across New England through midweek. Pop-up thunderstorms are likely, some of which could result in localized flooding. Danielle shares when we get some relief in this morning’s 1°Outside Today video.

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It’s going to be another hot and humid day for many with heat index values climbing into the middle to upper 90s in southern NH and parts of northeast MA where a heat advisory is in effect again today. Otherwise, thunder should be fairly limited today, though a hit or miss storm is possible, particularly in northern and central New England this afternoon. There's a moderate to high risk of rip currents today at the beach with h...

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This is an expanded version of 1°Outside Today, simply because there’s so much to cover: Matt explains Wednesday into Wednesday night’s risk for severe storms with isolated tornadoes and flash flooding with the remnant of Beryl, heat stress and heat index, exceptional humidity and also highlights who likely is NOT in line for storms today. 

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The tropical feeling of humidity in New England isn’t going anywhere in the near-term: in Noyes’ Notes, Matt says this humid air sticks around until the weekend, at least. Plus, we’re watching the remnant moisture of once-Hurricane Beryl, increasing showers and storms for New England this week. 

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It’s going to be a hot and humid stretch – with heat index values climbing well into the 90s this afternoon in the hottest spots of central and southern New England. Will there be storms? When will we see some relief? Danielle shares her thoughts.

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We’ve combined the usual Noyes’ Noyes/1°Outside Today and 1°Outside Insights videos into one big one today, given the holiday – so, if you just want the notes and a fireworks or beach forecast, you’ll dip in and out, whereas if you want details through the holiday weekend, you’ll enjoy the entire video.  

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This is the 24-hour forecast for July Fourth day and night...if you're looking for full details on the holiday weekend through Sunday, including a written post if you'd rather that than video, not to fear! We have you covered in our 1°Outside Insights video, linked here and always on our homepage.  Happy Independence Day!!

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You'll feel the brand new, fresh air as soon as you walk out the door today (just a bit slower arriving at the South Coast & Cape Cod), but there's still some jet stream energy aloft that will help to bubble up the clouds and even a few showers...but none of it should be that big of a deal, and it all leads to a cool night and delightful Tuesday. Full details on the next 24 hours in the video with Matt.

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A glorious day of weather is on tap for the region today with low humidity, bright sunshine and mild temperatures. Danielle says it's perfect weather for outdoor plans! We do turn more humid over the weekend, and there will be several rounds of showers and thunder likely - so be sure to check our website, 1DegreeOutside.com or our FREE app for the very latest on the timing of storms and how things are looking heading into the s...

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After a wild night of severe storms, including a tornado warning in southern New England, we're in for a much quieter day today as we clean up from some of the damage. Humidity will be on the decrease and Danielle shares in this video that it will get a bit chilly tonight.

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Today will be hot and humid with thunderstorms developing generally after 4pm in isolated areas before an area of rain and thunder sweeps through tonight.

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Beautiful summer weather is on tap for the region today with lots of sunshine, low humidity and warm temperatures. Danielle shares when the humidity returns, plus where there is a moderate risk of rip currents today.

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It's nothing like yesterday, but some scattered showers and storms will crop up today as the intense jet stream level energy aloft that drove yesterday's intense storms, and a slow-moving cold front at the surface, move across New England. Matt Noyes has the next 24 hours covered in our 1°Outside Today video.

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This special Sunday update is to address the threat for severe thunderstorms and the potential of isolated embedded tornadoes in New England on Sunday.  In the video, Matt Noyes gives an overview of the timing and stresses how important our Noyes' 1DegreeOutside Weather app can be - and the best way to configure it.


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