Spooky Looking Night (Not Weather Related)
Posted by Chris Lambert
All the little ghosts and goblins are geared up for the big day, and I'm sure, excited for the chance to roll out their costume that they've been waiting to show off. Weather-wise we make out ok with a few scattered showers ending by mid afternoon, leaving a mostly cloudy, but dry late afternoon and evening. Trick or Treat temps run into the upper 50s around 5PM, falling back into the low 50s by 7PM.
The showers we pick up today, won't be nearly as heavy as the tropical downpours we dealt with yesterday morning and again last evening. In fact, looking at the radar last night, winds were near 70-80 mph just above the surface, and a piece of that may have come down to surface in a microburst across Wareham. The National Weather Service may visit, or at least examine some of the damage before confirming for sure.
All and all, the rest of this week turns out quiet with temps cooling off and skies remaining mainly rain-free. The next storm is a close call by Tuesday, plenty of time to track that. Enjoy the evening with the kids, and hopefully the clean-up process for you is going as well as it can!