Calm, Cool and Collected
Posted by Chris Lambert
Overall the weather pattern is calm and cool for the collected. I don't expect many big day to day changes, although, each day will have it's nuances.
Today, more clouds hold tough across SE Mass, and well even see a few sprinkles, patchy drizzle across Plymouth, Buzzards Bay, Cape, and the Islands. Northwest of Boston, more sunshine holds on, especially outside Route 128. We'll have to watch for some clouds backing in along the coast from the city to Cape Ann, but we'll do better in the city with breaks of sun than the Cape. Temps average the middle 40s for all of us this afternoon.
Also, there's a coastal flood advisory in place, from 10:00AM-1:00 PM today, for minor coastal flooding and splash over around high tide which is around 11:30AM. Astronomical high tide and onshore winds are the issue.
Brighter skies overall tomorrow as a new area of high pressure builds in and a northerly breeze drives the low clouds back offshore. That refreshed area of high pressure also keeps the cool weather around, so another day in the upper 40s graces us.
How about the weekend? You guessed it! Cool and dry, near 50. A bit breezy at times Sunday, but at least it's dry for the Pats game.
Early next week we'll track a big coastal storm offshore. It appears that the center of circulation stays far enough away that it'll be dry around here. However, I do expect winds to increase, so more cool and windy weather is on the way. We'll keep tracking this storm through the week. Obviously it's high stakes weather next week with such a big travel week.
And remember this for next week... "Train don't run out of Wichita... unlessin' you're a hog or a cattle. People train runs out of St-Stubbville."