Cape Cod Weather: The Forecast
Check back here for up-to-the-minute forecasts, giving you highs, lows and all the information you need to plan your Cape Cod day, from Bourne to Provincetown.
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From the CapeCod.com Newscenter:
- The Cape’s Forecast for April 27th, 2017 April 27, 2017 - Today: Areas of drizzle with a slight chance of rain before noon, then areas of drizzle between noon and 2pm. Areas of fog before 5pm. Otherwise, cloudy, with a high near 57. South wind 3 to 6 mph. Chance of precipitation is 20%. Tonight: A slight chance of showers after midnight. Patchy fog before 11pm, […]
The 5 Day Outlook
Thursday 04/27/2017 30%
Chance of Rain
Showers. Lows overnight in the low 50s.
Friday 04/28/2017 60%
Chance of a Thunderstorm
Scattered thunderstorms in the morning, then partly cloudy late. High 62F. Winds SSW at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 60%.
Saturday 04/29/2017 20%
Overcast. A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible. High 64F. Winds SW at 10 to 20 mph.
Sunday 04/30/2017 0%
Partly cloudy. High 52F. Winds NE at 10 to 15 mph.
Monday 05/01/2017 30%
Chance of Rain
A few showers early with overcast skies later in the day. High 59F. Winds S at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 30%.
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The Latest From the Ferries
- National Weather Service’s Local Weather Forecast – To provide you with further information about the area’s local weather, the National Weather Service displays current weather conditions, including temperature, humidity level, and wind speed. It also provides a short description of the weather forecasts over the next few days. Just enter your own zip!
- Marine Forecast and Coastal Water Temperatures -For insight into weather on the ocean, check out the Marine Forecast, which gives a detailed description of marine weather on the Cape and how it will affect the coast.We also have a map that displays the sea surface temperatures of sea surface temperatures in waters surrounding the Cape and Islands, including Buzzards Bay, Cape Cod Bay, Nantucket Sound and Vineyard Sound.In addition, you can also find out information regarding tides across the Cape, including heights and high and low tides from throughout the region.
- National Hurricane Center – Though Cape Cod is only a sliver in the United States, it’s important to be aware of potential storms in other parts of the country that could affect our region, which is precisely what the National Hurricane Center does. In addition to a map showing where hurricane activity is occurring throughout the country, the site also provides links for active storms, marine forecasts, dates for hurricane season, and tips for hurricane preparedness.
- Eversource (formerly NSTAR) Storm Center – Looking for how to deal with a power outage both effectively and safely? Look no further than the NStar Storm Center, which provides you with all the information you need to know if your power goes out. On the site, you’ll find a map that shows where various outages have occurred and how many customers are out of power. It also provides customers with the opportunity to receive texts during a storm that updates them on the current impact of the storm and what NStar is doing to combat it. They also present steps to take when the power does go out, safety precautions to take after the storm is over, and tips for generator safety.
Cape Cod Weather History
Typically, Cape Cod sees its warmest month of the year in July, with the average highest temperature reaching 78° and a low of 63°. August sees an average high of 77°, and the low average of 63° carrying over from July.
In addition to what’s happening locally, we also want to provide you with other resources that explain weather patterns and preparedness tips. That’s why we have links to websites that will give you quality information on a variety of weather-related topics, like the best way to manage a power outage in the event of a storm.
Our Expert: Dave Read
Dave Read has been with us since 1979, and is a full time local Cape Cod weather forecaster that really knows the local details from a personal level. Dave keeps the community up to date with sophisticated weather measurement and forecasting tools, up to date computer systems and continuous contact with our group of WeatherWatchers, so you’ll know if it’s foggy in Falmouth, damp in Dennis or perfectly clear in Provincetown.
Typically, Cape Cod sees its warmest month of the year in July, with the average highest temperature reaching 78° and a low of 63°. August isn’t far off from these temperatures, with an average high of 77°, and the low average of 63° carrying over from July.
In addition to what’s happening locally, we also want to provide you with other resources that explain various weather patterns. That’s why we have links to numerous sites that will give you quality information on a variety of weather-related topics. These helpful sites will inform you of not just your local weather, but other information, ranging from the marine forecast, to how to manage a power outage in the event of a storm.