Blip On The Radar
Posted by Jeremy Reiner
A blip on the radar: (def). A phrase used to describe a temporary and/or insignificant phenomenon. I'm taking that back and using in its actual form. Hmpf! Actually, there are several blips on the radar this morning back toward NY/PA area. It's a storm system that has spawned several showers & t-storms overnight and that storm is heading our way. Showers will arrive later this morning and be with us for much of the afternoon. It is summer so the raindrops (and lightning bolts) will be scattered in nature---I think cities/towns south of the MA Pike may see more showers/storms versus north of the Pike. Also of note, some of the storms may be intense across SE MA later today. Plan on a humid day with temps in the 70s.
This weather system and its cold front will sweep all the clouds, showers and eventually the humidity out to sea overnight allowing dry, Canadian air to surge into New England tomorrow. In fact, the newfangled bubble of dry air on the way is expansive and slow moving so look for several days of sunshine, seasonal temps as well as low humidity.
Grab the rain gear today!