Storm?! What Storm?
Posted by Jeremy Reiner
I spent much of the week blogging about a Mid-Atlantic storm that would try & pester us today with a few scattered showers. Well......storms are like people...sometimes they change their minds. ;o) The storm is still to our south (technically it's been splintered into 2 pieces, neither will bother us) and it's still able to throw clouds up this way but that's all it will do. Big travel day here in New England, plan on dry roads all over the region. Safe travels.
The holiday weekend itself offers high pressure which as we all learn in 3rd grade means sunshine, right? Well.....usually......tomorrow will be an exception as that high pressure will drag cool, moist air from the Canadian Maratimes and shove it into New England in the form of clouds (coastal pockets of drizzle) as well as a stiff northeast breeze. Temps struggle to reach 60 by afternoon.
Sunday and Columbus Day get back to traditional results of High Pressure, partly sunny skies. Temps are still somewhat cool on Sunday despite the sun but Monday those numbers will reach the mid 60s. All in all some great fall weather the next 4 days whether you picking apples, searching for the great pumpkin, yard work or checking out the Sox/Pats games this weekend.
Be safe & have fun!