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Jeremy Reiner

More Active Pattern

Posted by Jeremy Reiner

What a cool, raw day yesterday---even had a fire going. Not the case today as warmer & more humid air takes over New England. Temps this morning are already into the 60s (normal high is 65) and by afternoon, most towns will reach the lower 70s. Here's the catch----plan on a bunch of clouds with chances of rain early & late in the day. The morning round of rain is in the form of drizzle, mist and isolated showers while the evening round (7-10pm) of rain will be in the form of showers & downpours.

It's a cool front that will blast through here tonight and be long gone by tomorrow. A few clouds may greet you early in the day on Tuesday but otherwise look for mainly sunny skies and a much less humid feel to the air. Wednesday & Thursday offer crisp, cool, fall weather.

Friday and into the weekend becomes a challenge---for both meteorologist and outdoor enthusiast. A storm will form south of New England and sit still. This storm will try to heave bags of clouds & rain into the region on Friday-Saturday and Sunday. It is tricky as of now to time these bags of rain as well as the size & intensity of the bags but plan on at least some unsettled weather for Columbus Day holiday weekend.



Posted 10/07/13, 6:17am
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Posted by Pete Bouchard

As far as blah days go, this was the blahest.

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Posted 01/16/14, 5:24pm
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