Tuesday, January 23, 2007


The true frigid air is arriving Thursday. Before that we have one more seasonable day tomorrow with highs around 30 or in the lower 30's. An arctic frontal passage will trigger a scattered snow shower or two tomorrow night with the small chance of a snow squall as well. This will introduce frigid air for Thursday with highs generally in the mid 10's in SNE and single digits in NNE. Friday morning will be down right dangerously cold. I would not be surprised if parts of New England will go under a Wind Chill Advisory or Wind Chill Warning for this time. Lows will be around 5 BELOW to ZERO ABOVE in SNE. NNE may see temperatures in the -20 to -10 degree range, with wind chills colder than 30 BELOW. SNE may see windchills in the -20 to -15 degree range.

We warm up for Saturday with the slight chance of a snow shower or period of very light snow with temperatures around 30. We will stay seasonable Sunday through Monday with highs in the lower 30's with no real storms in sight. Next week, hopefully we can get into a more stormy pattern with more chances of snow along the east coast.

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