All Quiet On The New England Front
Posted by Chris Lambert
After a few weeks of up and down temperatures, a hurricane and a nor'easter, a quiet weather pattern has settled on it. We even lose the cloud cover we had yesterday and that means lots of bright skies this weekend (few clouds across the Cape at times).
It's a great weekend to prepare for what's coming up... Christmas lights stapled to the house, or wrapped around the trees included. Although, you still can wait a week or so before turning them on :-). Or if it's a big football weekend for you, college or pro, the tailgating weather gets a passing grade with sunshine, highs near 50. Kickoff temp at Gillette hovers around 45, then falls into the upper 30s during the game.
Over the next several days, temperatures don't change all that much either. Today, upper 40s, tomorrow near 50 and next week in the lower 50s. The big ocean storm that we've been tracking for next week, is still out in the ocean for the forecast. Maybe a bit of a breeze by Wednesday, but I'm still keeping the rain away, so no problems weather wise for travel. Mid 50s by Thanksgiving!
Enjoy the weekend!