The Winds Of Change
Posted by Jeremy Reiner
Finally....a morning that does not feature rain, ice, drizzle or mist. Instead we have wind--the winds of change-- that is trying to keep things dry throughout the region. That wind is on the backside of yesterdays storm which has parked itself up in northern New England---too far away for rain & snow (perhaps a coastal sprinkle or flurry this morning though). There will be a bunch of clouds for much of the day and that wind will do its thing too, keeping a chilly feel to the air.
Thursday is winning---December style of course--with mostly sunny skies, little to no wind and temperatures running in the low 40s. Easy Peasy.
As we roll into Friday, another storm will be upon us but this like its cousins from earlier this week will throw raindrops at us instead of snowflakes. That rain will be briefly heavy during the morning commute but quickly taper off to cloudy skies by afternoon. Behind this storm is much colder air that will rush in here late Friday afternoon and stay with us this weekend. In fact, some leftover moisture will take on the form of snow flurries & snow showers for much of Saturday.
White Christmas??----I'm still holding out hope (the eternal optimist in me) as it looks like a tiny storm may actually slide through New England late Monday night-early Christmas morning with some light snow.