Thursday, June 21, 2007

Cool Weather the Next Few Days

The weather pattern will feature cool refreshing breezes the next few days in the Northeast. Temperatures will not be steamy like much of the rest of the nation this weekend. In fact, tomorrow will be a little unsettled with a few afternoon showers and storms in eastern New England from a stubborn area of low pressure near Nova Scotia. Maine and northern New England will see the most rain tomorrow with a more widespread area of showers and isolated storm or two. Further south into SNE, there will be more widely scattered showers and maybe a rumble or two of thunder. Highs should range from the upper 60's to lower 70's regionwide. Tomorrow night, temperatures will fall into the mid 40's in NNE to mid 50's south. We step a bit lower on Sunday morning with temperatures bottoming out. Many suburbs of SNE will see overnight lows drop into the upper 40's. NNE will mainly be in the lower 40's, but a few places like Berlin, NH will drop into the upper 30's. We slowly warm up early next week, but I will talk about that some other time.

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