The Calm.....After The Storm
Posted by Jeremy Reiner
Tricky storm indeed. Lynn picks up 1.8" of snow while 9 miles west, the city of Woburn gets 7.8" of snow. If you are a snow lover living along the waters edge, you may need to pack the bags & head west! Oh well, such is life. Our storm is pulling away but in the process of making way for an area of high pressure, it has created quite a bit of wind across the region. Many towns are experiencing wind gusts between 25-35mph and will have that kind of wind for much of the day. That means those daytime highs of 33, will actually feel like 15 when outside sledding, skiing or shoveling (That snow is heavy--go slow).
As we step closer to 2013, the last day of 2012 will offer more sunshine and still some wind--perhaps not quite as feisty. For New Years eve, dry conditions are expected with evening temps near 30 and overnight temps between 25-30. Wind chills will be from 18-25 for much of tomorrow night.
2013 starts how 2012 ends, clouds & sun with seasonably cold temps---mid 30s. Good day to chillax. Looking down the road, no big (or little) storms in sight--whew---just continued cold across the region with daytime highs in the 20s/30s & overnight lows in the teens.
Enjoy the day--bundle up!