Friday, August 18, 2006
Tomorrow will be the last partly cloudy day and the calm before the storm. Sunday rain will move into the area and will be heaviest north of Boston, especially in northern New England. Rainfall totals will range from less than a quarter inch on the Cape and South Coast, to a quarter to half inch up to Plymouth, to a half to 1.5" from Plymouth to Nashua, NH and farther north of there, 2-3" of rainfall is possible.
After the rain we will slowly move into a nice cool Canadian airmass like we saw last weekend. We could be talking about lows back in the 40's by later next week.
Like a broken record, the tropics remain extremely quiet.
Posted by E.H. Boston at 11:02 AM