Monday, December 24, 2007

The December Thaw

We are in the middle of our December Thaw right now. Snowpack across SNE has taken a big blow the past couple of days. Two days ago, much of SNE had a healthy 10-20"+ snowpack, today much of SNE is generally under 10". We are only going to continue to lose our early impressive snowpack. More mild times are ahead for SNE. This afternoon will make it into the mid and upper 40's. Tomorrow will be much of the same with mostly sunny skies and highs in the middle 40's. Lows will struggle to get below freezing tomorrow night so there will be extended melting going on and this will propell us into a warm Wednesday, return day Wednesday with highs getting back to around 50 degrees. I have been watching a storm system for the past couple of days for Thursday and it looks like it could now get close enough to our area o see some rain on the southeast coast of Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

Thereafter, it looks like we could cool and we could see some light snow sometime later next weekend. That is way far out I won't even go into it. More tomorrow and enjoy your Christmas Eve.

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