White Christmas? Keep Dreaming
Posted by Pete Bouchard
Another storm, another round of rain.
Since Sunday, we've seen between 3/4" - 2" of water across Central and Eastern Mass! Puts a good dent in the drought, but we're still running a deficit of almost 9" since the beginning of the year. Long way back in that respect..
..but we're not quite done with this active, stormy pattern either. Another storm is scheduled for Friday, but before we get to that, let's just revel in some sunshine for a short spell, eh?
Two days will feature a cameo from our ol' friend. While tomorrow we'll battle plenty of leftover clouds - and a gusty, chilly wind - Thursday is looking like the shining beacon of the week. Temps remain about normal, which for this time of year means highs near 40, and lows in the 20s.
Now, back to the storm on Friday. Rain will hit early in the day, with a few downpours likely. Later on, the cold will shuffle in and temperatures will drop. Doesn't look like a dramatic drop, but don't expect those early highs in the low 50s to last through the evening.
Once again, our rain/snow line will be hours away - eventually pushing to the border with Quebec by storm's end. (Although the mountains of Northern New England will still get a heavy, wet snowfall.)
We're quiet and chilly into the holiday, but storms will stay far away. As a result, there will be NO white Christmas this year.
Sorry about that folks.