Chinks In The Armor
Posted by Pete Bouchard
Another super day under this big and burly high pressure system.
Sun washed away the coolness of the morning, but a persistent breeze made for a somewhat coolish afternoon. Outer Cape Cod was only in the upper 50s. Temperatures may nudge up in the second half of the week, but there's no good reason for me to heave them over 70 anytime soon.
A big low pressure system
(signified by this happy face on the water vapor imagery) is parked over Nova Scotia and will spin down some clouds tomorrow. Combined with a weak system coming in from the southwest, we may only manage a partly sunny sky tomorrow.
There may be more chinks in the armor in the long range. The storm system above could reconstitute itself off the Carolina coast and develop into a compact coastal storm by Sunday night and Monday. It's nothing to cancel plans over just yet. This storm could simply drift away from us too since it's essentially adrift or cut-off from the jetstream.
So kick back and enjoy these lazy autumn days.