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Jeremy Reiner

August Revisited

Posted by Jeremy Reiner

Going back to August----that's what we'll be doing today with more sunshine on tap. That sunshine will work with a healthy westerly breeze to bolster temps into the lower 80s. This time of year with the shortened daylight when compared to August you typically need to import some of that warmth and that west wind will pull warm air into New England. The record high for Boston is 88---I think the city will get to 82 later today. Not too shabby.

Tomorrow offers more sunshine but the temps won't be quite as warm as many cities & towns reach the mid 70s---still above the normal high of 67. As we head into Friday a weather system--the first in nearly 2 weeks--will head out way. It's a warm front and this front will be able to produce clouds for much of the day. I don't think there will be any showers during the day but by mid to late evening a few showers appear likely. Game 1 of the ALDS (nice ring to it) looks cloudy but dry with temps in the low 70s. Friday Night football games also look dry.

That front will spend the weekend with us wavering back & forth. This back & forth will send temps up & down---first down on Saturday with afternoon highs in the low 70s and then back up into the low 80s on Sunday. In terms of clouds & rain with this twerking warm front, clouds for both weekend days (with some sun too) and even a few rain showers before 9am Saturday.

Peace.

~JR

Posted 10/02/13, 6:52am
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