Kicking The Feet Up
Posted by Chris Lambert
It's nice to have quiet weather on the 7-day forecast, especially after a hurricane, a nor'easter and with the holidays coming up. Sure it'll be on the cool side, but that's not too unexpected by mid to late November.
Not that the weather is ever 100% easy, but for New Enland standards, this is about as close to kicking the feet up as a meteorogist can get. Just some day to day minor changes to deal with.
Today features quiet a bit of clouds this morning, although some of those mid to high level clouds thin a bit late this morning and into this afternoon. That'll allow for partly sunny skies. Although some low clouds could hang tough across the Cape and Islands. We'll also watch the potential of minor coastal flooding again a couple hours either side of the noon high tide, thanks to an astronomical high tide. Same locations that saw issue yesterday (Morrissey Blvd in Boston, Cohasset , Scituate).
More sunshine dominates over the weekend and even into next week. That ocean storm we've been tracking for next week, will develop, but will stay out to sea. By Thanksgiving, indications are that warmer air starts moving in along with the dry weather that continues.
Enjoy the weekend and go Pats!