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September 2019 Summary – Warmer, Drier and Sunnier Than Average

September 2019 Summary – Warmer, Drier and Sunnier Than Average

| October 9, 2019 | Reply

Blue Hill Observatory September 2019 Summary: September was generally warm and sunny with much less rainfall than average. The 24-hour adjusted mean temperature for the month of 63.4 deg F was 2.2 degrees warmer than the 120-year average for September and 1.3 degrees warmer than the 1981-2010 30-year average. The average maximum temperature of 73.6 […]

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Registration Now Open for Local Weather Course

Registration Now Open for Local Weather Course

| September 16, 2019 | Reply

Title: Red Sky in Morning, Sailors Take Warning! Description: Curious about our crazy New England weather? Ever wonder what that cloud was floating high above your head? Would you like to learn how to predict the weather in your own backyard? Come join us for an enjoyable and interactive class on weather! Course includes some easy […]

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July 2019 Cape Cod Tornado Report

July 2019 Cape Cod Tornado Report

| August 23, 2019 | Reply

Several EF0 and EF1 tornadoes struck Cape Cod on July 23, 2019 and caused considerable damage. The report below provides a synopsis of the tornadoes and their impact on Cape Cod. This report can also be viewed and downloaded here.    

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New Employment Opportunity

New Employment Opportunity

| August 1, 2019 | Reply

The historic Blue Hill Observatory and Science Center is seeking to fill a weather observer position at our Milton, Massachusetts location. We welcome applicants with an interest in weather and climate, a strong attention to detail, a willingness to learn, and the flexibility to work an occasionally varied schedule. Previous experience with standard meteorological observation […]

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Mass Legislature Approves $100,000 for Blue Hill Observatory

Mass Legislature Approves $100,000 for Blue Hill Observatory

| July 23, 2019 | 1 Reply

Good news to report from the State House! Monday, July 22, Massachusetts Lawmakers passed the FY 2020 Budget that includes $100,000 for Blue Hill Observatory and Science Center. This will now go to Governor Baker for his approval. We are very grateful for supporters like you, who have emailed your legislators–once, twice, three times–this budget […]

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Current Conditions (Davis Vantage Pro)

Current Conditions (Davis Vantage Pro)

| January 4, 2013 | Reply

The weather data provided on this page are unofficial readings from a Davis Vantage Pro automated system and may be different from the official Blue Hill Observatory measurements. They are provided for comparison and educational purposes only. Location: Latitude: 42° 12′ 44″N, Longitude: 71° 6′ 53″W, Elevation: 635 ft, Great Blue Hill, Milton, MA USA […]

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