• Most GEFS members are near the Eastern Seaboard by the end of next week. It is definitely faster with the northward track of Matthew.

    September 29th Update

    There is a lot of buzz about Hurricane Matthew in the Caribbean, but, closer to home, there will lik…

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September 28th Update

This gives you an idea of the uncertainty of the track for Matthew. The brighter colors indicate a high-confidence forecast. The darker blues are lower confidence.

UPDATE The National Hurricane Center named Tropical Storm Matthew a few minutes after I posted this update. FROM EARLIER A slightly cool and unsettled weather pattern is ahead for late this week into early next week. Steady rain will likely hold off until late in the workweek, and there are showers in the forecast for this weekend. The slow-moving storm …

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September 27th Update

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An unsettled weather pattern will persist for the rest of this week. Clouds may clear briefly Tuesday night, but it will become cloudy again by early Wednesday. Look for plenty of clouds with a gusty northeast breeze on Wednesday. Scattered showers are possible, but it does not look like a washout. Highs will be in the low to mid 60s. …

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September 26th Update

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A rare stretch of unsettled weather is ahead for Southeastern New England. Monday morning was the coolest of the season, with lows in the 30s and 40s. It will be bright and milder in the afternoon, with highs in the mid 60s. Clouds increase Monday night as a cold front approaches. A line of showers, with the slight chance of …

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