Quiet Times Ahead
Posted by Jeremy Reiner
Our little pesky storm from yesterday is getting its act together this morning, pummeling Nova Scotia with heavy snow and setting us up for a blustery day. There won't be any wind damage, just enough to add to the Monday blahs with wind chills in the teens & 20s for much of the day. That sun will shine bright though. Skies will be clear tonight and that wind begins to fade away after midnight.
Looking at the upcoming week, it's hard to find anything in the *significance* category as the jet stream will carry any potential storms to our south. That also means the cold will be bold with afternoon highs running in the low & mid 30s for much of the week. As we head toward Friday, there are some signs of a storm approaching the east coast---it's strength isn't known at this point but something that bears watching for the snow lovers (as well as the snow haters).
Enjoy your day