Meeting to be held at The Robb Center
Jun 21, 2024
Matt Noyes - 1 Degree Outside
Meeting to be held at The Robb Center

In his nearly quarter century career in broadcast meteorology, with 22 years dedicated to serving the New England audience, Matt Noyes has become a household name in the region. A pivotal figure in Boston's weather forecasting, In March of 2024, at the prime of his career in television, Matt shocked the local media world when he stepped down from his role as Chief Meteorologist for NBC Boston and NECN to co-found a new weather company called 1DegreeOutside with his wife and fellow meteorologist, Danielle. As President, Matt is at the forefront of pioneering weather forecasting technologies and methodologies.

Before launching 1DegreeOutside, Matt shaped his career at New England Cable News (NECN) and later as the founding Chief Meteorologist for NBC Boston. Here, he introduced revolutionary forecasting tools, including Boston's first hour-by-hour radar forecasts, New England's first 10-day, the nation's first media-run 10-day computer forecast system, and Matt earned a National Technology Emmy for his innovative contributions toward developing the first mobile Doppler Radar truck used in media.

Matt holds a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology from Cornell University, a Graduate Certificate in Business Foundations from the Manning School of Business at UMass Lowell, and he is an alumnus of Phillips Academy Andover.

Beyond his professional pursuits, Matt is deeply committed to his community in the Merrimack Valley. His dedication to education and community service has garnered him numerous accolades, including a commendation from the Massachusetts State Senate for his educational weather visits to schools, connecting with over 130,000 children. He has also received the Massachusetts State Police Public Service Award and the Patriot Award from the Ahern Charitable Foundation for his contributions to military families.

Matt is most proud of being a father and husband, and he continues to dedicate his time and expertise to bettering the community and the field of meteorology.