Steady As She Goes
Posted by Pete Bouchard
Weather pattern has turned as dull as the November landscape (and you'll get no complaints from me). As high pressure stagnates across the northeast, what you see is what you get....with a few cloudy exceptions.
We had some low clouds drifting across the Cape/Islands this afternoon, and I think we'll be playing a few games of cat and mouse with them in the days to come. Tomorrow, they may start the trek up from the Cape giving us a partly sunny sky from time to time. And here's the conundrum for the coming 4-5 days: how much cloudiness will get in front of the sun? I'd like to play the stoic meteorologist and say definitively where they start/stop, but we fly by the seat of our pants on these forecasts: the clouds are fickle and fussy. One day they're on the Cape, the next they're in Metrowest.
So we'll take it day by day...just like John Rambo.
Long range is looking quiet. Plans for Turkey Day? Traveling out of town before/after the holiday. Just want to work off your pumpkin pie? It's all good. A big ocean storm will spin off North Carolina far south and east (for a change), just kicking up the surf.