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Jeremy Reiner

Rinse, Dry, Repeat

Posted by Jeremy Reiner

I kinda like this pattern of early morning clouds & showers with sunshine by mid morning & beyond. It happened yesterday and we are in a bit of  a deja vu this morning (no glitch in the Matrix--I promise) with  another batch of clouds & even some rain showers. This is a cool front that is quickly moving out of New England. That means the rain & clouds will quickly depart (rain by 8am..clouds by 11am). Even though it's a cool front our temps will still make the mid 60s by afternoon--our normal high temp is 59. Skies will be clear this evening & overnight.

Friday will offer another batch of clouds but a little later than today's. It will be a tiny weather system passing through New England between 9am and 3pm. During that timeframe we may see some sprinkles or 3 minute showers (best chance of those showers will be southern N.H. and Rt 2 area in Worcester county). A bit cooler tomorrow--back to that normal temp of 59 for afternoon highs.

The weekend (and really beyond) will feature high pressure anchored in New England. Plan on sunshine both days with seasonably mild temps away from the coast as many cities/towns reach the mid 60s. Coastal cities & towns will have a sea breeze each afternoon keeping temps in the 50s.

Enjoy the day. Peace.

~JR

Posted 04/25/13, 6:19am
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