Monday, September 10, 2007

Washout Tuesday

I busted today's forecast. That front never got north of the Boston metro area. Temperatures have been stuck in the mid 60's all afternoon with persistent fog and drizzle. It is a very dank and gloomy afternoon out there. Tomorrow won't be much better. Instead of fog and mist, we will replace that with a general rainfall. Tomorrow showers will develop in the mid-late morning, some heavy by early afternoon and cause the day to be pretty much a washout. I have a high forecasted to be 73 degrees for a SNE average, but if this rain starts late morning and continues until dark off and on, temperatures will likely stay in the low to mid 60's. The rain will move out and we will have a nice rest of the week, allbeit, much cooler than we have been used to here in SNE.

With nearly 100 percent sunshine, temperatures will only manage the mid and upper 60's on both Wednesday and Thursday, allowing overnight temperatures to really get chilly, especially in the suburbs. Lows will be common, in the 40's. Friday warms up a tad to more seasonable levels, but it will be shortlived ahead of a cold front that will move through the area on Saturday, ushering in some of the coolest, crisp, Canadian air since last spring. Highs will likely stay in the low 60's in SNE, mid 50's up North, with lows getting back into the 30's in many suburbs of Boston. Boston, itself, will likely fall to around 50. We'll see how it turns out. More needed rain is in the forecast for tomorrow so thats a good thing.

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