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Jeremy Reiner

Warms My Heart

Posted by Jeremy Reiner

Impressive little storm last night---able to shut down the evening commute with most cities & towns picking up between 4-8" of snow (Boston 6.4" & Worcester 6.6") Since Sunday a lot of cities & towns picked up nearly a foot of snow. Can you believe that with all that snow---may of you will end up having a green Christmas.

We do indeed have much warmer air heading this way for the end of the week & the upcoming weekend. Not so much today as we'll have lingering clouds and a northwest breeze which will add a chill to the air. Overall, those temps make it close to normal..mid 30s.

Tomorrow we see a warm front move through New England with some early morning clouds and warmer temps. Most cities & towns will reach the 40s by afternoon. Even warmer weather is slated to arrive on Friday and beyond. It will come with a price though.....a front--rather a dividing line between 50 degree air and 30 degree air. This front will be draped across central New England for eh entire weekend (Ski country WILL be on the cold side of this front throughout). These fronts are great at producing clouds & storminess and you can plan on a cloudy weekend with periods of rain Saturday evening & again Sunday morning. Again though, too warm for ice or snow across southern New England.

By early next week, the cold will charge back into southern New England as Christmas Week does look cold.

Be safe & good luck with snow removal this morning (Bend at the knees).


Posted 12/18/13, 6:34am
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