Saturday, October 13, 2007

Seasonable October Weather

We will be experiencing seasonable October weather for the next week or so with temperatures, seasonably cool, mainly in the upper 50's for the next couple of days, going through Tuesday. Lows will get down into the 30's for much of the suburbs and sheltered valleys. However, I do not see widespread frost and freezes for all of SNE. Last night I hit my lowest temperature of the fall, 37 degrees. Allergies are still a problem, where I live at least. Maybe we can sneek to 32 degrees later this week. Rain will move in on Wednesday, mainly as scattered showers and will develop more steady later in the day. I'm am not talking about a washout, but there will be dampness and good mushroom finding weather with all the damp, misty cool weather we have endured the past several days. I'm sure there are some good wild mushrooms out there just waiting to be picked and cleaned. After the midweek rain, expect clearing conditions and milder temperatures.

The Sox looked great yesterday with their 10-3 win and look to make it a 2-0 lead tonight in the ALCS. BC, ranked number 4 in the country is taking on the fighting Irish this afternoon, looking to extend their great season to a record of 7-0. The weather looks fine in both places. It may be a little cool at Fenway with temperatures around first pitch (8:30PM) around 52 degrees, falling to around 47 degrees by midnight with the suburbs likely teetering around 40 degrees. Since the Pats are in a Dome Sunday, the weather will be 72 degrees and perfect.


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