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Pete Bouchard

End of Days...

Posted by Pete Bouchard the 50s.

Cold air is marching across New York, bringing back the wind AND the 30s and 40s. We're not going into the deep freeze, nor are we bringing back the howling winds. What I'm seeing is persistent wind and cold: the kind that nags you when you're outside...and reminds you that we're on the brink of winter. That's an important point too. We've been a quiet, semi-balmy pattern for OVER a week now.

It all comes home to roost with the passage of a cold front late tonight/predawn tomorrow. Temps will struggle through the 40s for much of the day tomorrow. By mid/late afternoon, we'll finally give in as temperatures fall into the 30s. Keep that in mind if you're coming into the city for the evening. Wind chills will be in the upper 20s to low 30s to boot!

The cold air settling in next week will be enough to ward off the storms too. I was concerned about a possible snow/mix/rain event Tuesday and Wednesday, but that seems to be entirely out of the picture now.

Dress in layers!


Posted 11/23/12, 5:41pm
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