Our current dry spell is 10 days and that will continue until sometime next week. With high pressure building right over us, the next 2 days will be fantastic to be outdoors. Clear, cool mornings give way to sunny, warm afternoons with not a lot of wind. Humidity will remain low & the air will feel great. By Sunday you’ll start to notice a different feel as moisture will return along with warmer temps. That Summer-like feel will last for much of next week where daily morning fog could become an issue. The next front won’t arrive until Wednesday or Thursday & it will not be a strong one. A few showers could accompany it but don’t expect widespread heavy rains.
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
We are still in October but sub-zero temps are already showing up across northern Canada making the Polar Bears very happy! My friend at WeatherBell Analytics, Joe Bastardi, has updated their Winter Outlook and he is indicating it will be as cold or colder than last year, plus very snowy perhaps even down to us! Yea I’m just trying to get you pumped for the coming chill as you know how much I hate the cold. It appears our 1st “brutal” cold arrives during the 1st week of November.
NHC downgraded TD 9 into just an area of low pressure that is just a rain maker tonight. Our weather really is coming around a Nor’Easter parked off the Long Island coast tonight. Cold rain & wind are making for a miserable night from New York to Boston. Cool, Dry air is rotating around that low push all the way down into the southern Gulf. We should enjoy another 2-3 days of cool nights & mild days before a warming trend returns for your weekend.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Locally, we are in day 8 without rain and that streak is likely to reach 12-14 before any significant showers arrive next week. Clear, cool nights with warm, sunny days means great weather for outside activities.