Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Coldest Air of the Season

First, before we get to that we have to get through the raw conditions on the busiest travel day of the year and a very warm and unsettled Thanksgiving Day. Thereafter, we will be able to talk about some cold weather this long holiday weekend and see how our Black Friday forecast will be. One thing I am watching now is that this cold air will not bring a snowstorm to southern New England. It looks that as we head towards our next storm system, we will warm up just in time for this to be a mostly rain situation because all computer models have been consistent in keeping this storm staying west of the Appalachian Mountains. If we get on the southern side of the warm front, we will warm up into the 50's and have showery rains. If not, we will stay with a more steady rain and temperatures in the low-mid 40's in the valleys and northern areas of SNE, while Boston may stay in the upper 40's for highs. This is a week away, so the details about this forecast will be ironed out later.

Tomorrow will be mainly dry for all the football games in the morning for 10AM kickoffs. We should be very mild with temperatures in the 50's at this time. The rain will not move in until later in the afternoon. Once the rain moves in, plummeting temperatures will not be too far behind. By midnight, temperatures will already be falling through the 40's and be in the mid 30's outside of Boston.


8AM Tailgating.......Cloudy & Warm; Around 50

10AM Kickoff..........Cloudy/Chance of Shower; Low 50's

2PM Turkey Dinner............Chance of Shower; Low to Middle 50's

6PM Nap...............Showers Likely; Upper 40's

12AM Late Night Parties.......Showers; Upper 30's


Finally, I want to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving and all get to share it with the people you care about most. I'll have an update on the coldwave coming tomorrow afternoon after the turkey and football.

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