Thursday, January 10, 2008

Rainy Friday; Watching Early Next Week

Nothing has changed in the forecast from yesterday's discussion. Rain is still slated for our area tomorrow and will amount to around an inch for many in SNE. It will start as sleet in central New England, but even there should change to rain during tomorrow. Highs tomorrow will be in the 40's in SNE, but the Cape could get into the warm sector and see highs over 50 degrees, for another balmy day. Tomorrow will be a windy day as well. Saturday is still very mild and then we finally cool down for Sunday before the infamous, uncertain storm for early next week. Changes from yesterday is that I am becoming more confident that this will effect SNE in one way or another. However, how it affects us is still uncertain. The models are starting to come to some sort of an agreement, but still not good enough for me to put out a solid forecast just yet. By tomorrow, I think I will be able to make a more concrete or say clay forecast, that will still probably change in small details, but by this weekend, things will start to be etched in stone. Thereafter, it stays seasonable through the rest of next week, before it gets stormy again later next week, perhaps.

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