Friday, August 31, 2007

A Perfect Labor Day Weekend

The dry weather will continue onward through the upcoming weekend and early to the middle part of next week. Long range forecasts do bring some rain around here by the end of next week towards next weekend. Thats a long way out.

First we start the weekend off perfect and never look back. The front is moving offshore right now and will be long gone by tomorrow and will bring in a new round of fresh air, with temperatures in the mid 70's. This cooler air will not last for long. We start to warm up all over again on Sunday with temperatures getting back into the 80's once again. Monday, Labor Day, will feel more like the 4th of July with highs getting into the lower 90's away from the coasts. It will be hot and somewhat humid, but not oppressively so.

We cool a tad for Tuesday before more sunny perfect weather follows for the first week of school for many in the Boston area. Also, important to note that the tropics are starting to heat up once again with six areas of concern outlined by the NHC. There is one low pressure system located just east of the Lesser Antilles and is nearing tropical depression status. It would look like this storm could become Felix, but then it would move pretty much over the same waters that Cat 5 Hurricane Dean did, which took a lot of the heat energy away from the water. We'll see how it develops.

Enjoy the last day of August, September is almost here.

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