Saturday, November 10, 2012

Brief warm up...Return to the old.

The Nor’easter is behind us thankfully and we saw a very nice day Saturday only to get better on Sunday with some approaching 60° under plenty of sunshine. Just a gorgeous day for Football at Gillette as The Bills come into town against The Pats at 1pm. The ridge maxes over Southern New England Monday ahead of a cold front to our west. Temperatures in the upper 50’s for northwestern zones and into the 60’s further east. What a treat! You will also notice a bit of humidity especially south and east as dew points will rise into the upper 50’s to low 60’s. All this is very temporary though as the cold front waits back in the wings for Tuesday. It will become breezy Tuesday ahead of the front passage and temperatures ahead of it will max in the morning hours near 60°
 Showers will associate with/ the cold front as well as the risk of a gusty thundershower as K Indicies rise into the 30’s. Behind the front we all turn much cooler for the reminder of the week with daily highs back into the 40’s and low 50’s and cold night time lows near/bellow freezing for the interior . At the same time the blocking we have had the past 3 weeks tries to become better established  up near Greenland and coincides again with building moisture near and off the coast of the southeast Untied States . We will have to watch again for potential coastal  Atlantic development next weekend with again interest along the northeast coast. Remember Hurricane season does not end until November 30th . Another coastal  storm would surely be added salt in the wounds for many who do not need it for sure, but Ms. Mother Nature could care less, its up to us to remain vigilant and prepare for anything she decides to throw at us. Thanks for reading !    ~Anthony

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