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Jeremy Reiner

Friday Fun

Posted by Jeremy Reiner

Another easy day in the world of meteorology---not complaining, rather...sharing. High pressure is with us yet's the same bubble of high pressure that we had earlier in the week--Canadian High Pressure. Where's all the chilly air?!?!  Valid question but like an ice cube out of the freezer---after time, it thaws. Canadian airmasses are no different as they modify after a few days of September sunshine. That's why today we'll see afternoon temps up near 80 once again. Simply awesome---great beach day too.

The weekend sees the High Pressure slip farther away and that allows a cool front to head into New England. Tomorrow will see more clouds around and even the possibility of some sprinkles in the Worcester Hills after 4pm Saturday. Elsewhere it will be dry despite an increase in clouds. Humidity will also be on the rise throughout the day. All in all, a decent day for outdoor activities.

Sunday sees that cool front sweep across New England during the day. Plan on morning rain that will taper between 11am-1pm Sunday. Yes, some rain for Patriots tail-gating but dry for the game itself (same for the Sox game too). Sunday is humid but drier air will arrive about the same time as fall does...4:44pm.

Have a great weekend----dream out loud!


Posted 09/20/13, 7:08am
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