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.
After a nice spring thaw the past two days…temperatures are going to start heading down hill for the forseeable future. While this pattern plays out…some will be wondering where and when will spring ever arrive. Yesterday was a cruel tease. You knew it couldn’t last.
The last time we saw a moon this large was way back in March of 1993…and if you miss it this year, you will have to wait until the year 2029 to see it again!
Behind the departing low, some early sunshine this morning, but as the ground warms clouds and the wave passes through expect more clouds to rotate through, as well as the slight risk for a few passing light showers or sprinkles. Behind the short wave, skies should be breaking this afternoon for some increasing sunshine with a breezy west wind. Highs will be in the 40’s in the clouds, Lwr 50’s in the sunshine towards the coastal plain. Most of the sun today will be found in the south…yet most should be clearing as we head towards evening.
Definite light at the end of the tunnel. Besides a few rainstorms delivering couple inches of rain at a time…we could not have asked for a more ideal weather pattern to break down a historic […]
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Upper level winds from the SW are advecting a warm balmy airmass up the east coast. But cooler air is charging back into the eastern half of the country so This warm balmy air is being lifted up, cooled, condenced into steady to heavy rains which are extending from Vermont to the Carolinas today.
Clouds will be on the increase tonight. These clouds will trap in todays warmth. This along with south winds should help to keep temps pleasantly mild through the overnight in the 40’s. Temps will be climbing right back into the 50’s tomorrow as warmer air remains in place along the eastern seaboard ahead our approaching rainfall.
Plenty of clouds are locked in for the weekend…but southerly winds will be blowing in the feel of spring!
The snow is really winding down in intensity this morning. this trend will continue as dry air from the midlevels moves in. Plenty of low clouds will remain locked in with light NE winds with the potential for scattered light rain/snow showers at the coast with drizzle. Breaks of sun will be possible out west in the afternoon away form the marine air. Temps will recover this afternoon with some of the snow melting with temps back into the 30’s to near 40 in SE MA.