The weather is shifting from one extreme to another over the course of only 5 days.
There will be no rain and no sizzling heat for the Boston Marathon. In fact, there will be a sea breeze.
Close to perfection is how I rate the conditions this time around. How sweet is that?
The weather for the 2013 Boston Marathon should be pleasant for most of the runners and spectators too. There will be no unusual weather to deal with this year.
The forecast for the Boston Marathon is not quite etched in stone yet.
The forecast for the Boston Marathon seemed clear-cut Monday but I am not quite as highly confident of the specifics right now.
The good news: we can just about put this snowstorm in the books…
There will be a widespread 2-to-4 inches (at least) on the ground by Tuesday morning’s commute, just about everywhere. I expect lots of delays, cancellations and an extremely challenging morning drive.
He is, of course, a brilliant meteorologist, one of the best in the country, no doubt. But Barry’s true strength lies as a friend, a husband and a father.
Not only do we have more snow on the way in less than 48 hours, but temperatures following our next snow event are going to be near or below normal for the foreseeable future.