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Jeremy Reiner

The End Of The Yellow Bricked Road

Posted by Jeremy Reiner

We've reached the end of the yellow bricked road. It's been a nice long stretch of sunshine---2 straight weekends with hardly any clouds in the sky each of those weekends and even a few days where temps found the 70s. Like all things, this too must end.

Our last day in this stretch of sunshine will be a warm day.  Many towns will cruise through the 60s and reach the 70s by afternoon. The sun will do most of that work but a southwest wind will also push the numbers up there---the exception is down in Buzzards Bay/Cape Cod where that same southwest wind blowing off the chilly ocean will keep temps in the 60s. All in all, a great spring day in store.

High pressure that has been with us for nearly a fortnight will slide out to sea overnight allowing a large but weak storm to finally deliver some liquid sunshine to the northeast for midweek. Wednesday is not a day that sees rain all day rather clouds and some scattered showers mainly after 2pm and for some of you not until 7-8pm.

This storm will linger for much of the day on Thursday continuing the risk of some isolated showers. This storm further weakens on Friday--only capable of some clouds & a lone shower late in the day. A whole new batch of rain arrives on Saturday & Sunday.

~Jeremy

Posted 05/07/13, 6:08am
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