Thursday, December 21, 2006

RAINSTORM SATURDAY

Chilly temperatures tomorrow in SNE with highs in the low to mid 40's. It will still be above average and in fact will be the 12th day in a row that Boston has recorded above normal temps. With the heavy rains moving in tomorrow night, the temps will go back up into the 50's once again. Christmas Eve "Day" will be nice and mild with highs in the 50's and then chilling down a bit for Christmas Day. A potential Nor'easter moves in Mon. night into Tuesday with a mix of rain and snow NW and rain Boston. At least that what it looks like now. May continue into Wednesday. Nothing major.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

This

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winter

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is

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over

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before

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it

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even

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started

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SORRY

Anonymous said...

BETTER LUCK NEXT YEAR BOSTONIANS

Anonymous said...

ERIC- I am with this guy...if I don't at least see my lawn and driveway get covered with at least one inch of snow soon, I am going to go INSANE!!!!

Its been since Feb. 25th the last time I've seen appreciable snows and that was about 0.75" of fluff!!

Feb. 12, 2006 was the last time I've seen snow over 1"!

OVER 10 MONTHS!!!

Anonymous said...

ERIC-

Saturday's storm...NEXTTT!

Tuesday's (storm)...ready, set, NEXTTT!!!

Any others...I'd rather have summer and 75-80 highs with 60-65 nighttime lows with the Sox on and baseball games and lazy afternoons than this type of weather this time of year any day of the week.

This weather sucks.

BOSTON WEATHER ALL OF A SUDDEN = EXTREMELY BORING/UNEVENTFUL.

Need some snow desperately.

Anonymous said...

Joel...UPDATE YOUR BLOG FOR GODS SAKE.

And change the banner already...CHRISTMAS is gonna be in the 40's and 50's!

Joel said...

Updated earlier...I really have no good news. Maybe some snow Tuesday night, but even that doesn't look all that promising given the lack of cold air.

For those keeping track, the is the 13th straight day above normal.

If this warmth continues through months end, we are looking at record shattering numbers.