Gorgeous day in progress with sunshine, lower humidity and a gentle onshore wind. Highs will be climbing into the upper 70′s and Lwr 80′s inland. Beaches will be cooler with temps in the upper 60′s and lwr 70′s
So far this winter most of our snow has been light or has occurred overnight, but this next round of snow will likely be our most substantial plowable snowfall we have seen since the October Nor’easter. Still, this will be no Nor’easter. Not even close.
Morning stratus and low level fog is making for a hazy morning across the region…with more clouds west and southeast. Any Morning clouds will give way to increasing afternoon sunshine. SW winds with warm air aloft, along with hazy sun will allow temps to climb to the mid-upper 80′s inland, mid 80′s coast with 70′s on the Cape.
The main batch of rain moving through this morning will gradually be pushing off the coast this afternoon with rain tapering to showers. Temps will be warming aloft, but remain cool at the ground with breezy SE winds with the falling rain. Highs will remain in the 40′s with a slight moderation by the end of the day with lingering showers, drizzle with highs nearing 50.
Our departing April Fool’s day storm continues to pull away, but lingering effects are still in play to start off the weekend. Drying, windy down sloping winds off the hills and mountains is providing a sunny Saturday morning along the coastal plain. Upsloping winds are making for scattered mountain snow showers for North and West facing slopes. Awesome powder day for many ski areas with most locations picking up 6-12″ yesterday
Tuesday’s Midday Weather Discussion on Impending Storm Friday
Afternoon weather discussion of the potential for a rain/snow mix to end the week.
The weather is extremely quiet and boring through the midweek. Plenty has been discussed about it already. We are going to focus on a late week storm which is showing more and more that this […]
I would expect some diurnal cumulus to start to pop around midday into the afternoon. Still plenty of sunshine. Highs are stuck in the 30′s today with Lwr 40′s tomorrow with brisk NW winds.
High pressure building into New England will allow for abundant sunshine with light winds and temps in the lwr to mid 40′s. Light nE winds will keep it a bit cooler right at the coast. Vernal Equinox is 7:21 where the sun shines directly over the equator giving us equal length of day and night.