A mild day on hand with temps reaching well into the 60’s area wide. Tomorrow a front will move through the area and temperatures will return to season for the weekend. Potential exits next week for snow, but definitely potential for a colder pattern. POTENTIAL is the key word here!

Summary:Sorry it has been so long since I updated. Between problems with the plumbing in our house to having a young family life is anything but slow! Only good news has been that the weather has been inactive. As a snow lover that is not really good news, but helped me not feel too guilty about lack of updates. The forecast I had before was OK, but the heavy rains and
thunder I expected on Thursday will not be there. A front will cross the area tomorrow and then Thursday will be a windy day with temperatures back to seasonal levels. The weather stays tranquil until Sunday night, when the first Potential storm shows up! What will it be? Ironically a lot depends on what happens with the storm that will rock New England Thursday (and cause us wind) with snow! That low may set up a 50/50 low ( see http://www.wxrisk.com/SECS/5050/50-50.htm for understanding of its importance). If the 50/50 sets up., Mondays precip could easily be snow. If it does not, a milder look to early next week appears!

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Forecast:

Today: SW: 60-70 SE: 60-70 N: 55-65

Continued warm! Partly Cloudy.

Wednesday: SW: 60-70 SE: 60-70 N: 60-70

Still pleasant temps, but afternoon rain showers possible.

Thursday: SW: 45-55 SE: 45-55 N: 40-50

Breezy. Maybe a morning shower (or even snow shower North and Mountains)

Friday: SW: 45-55 SE: 45-55 N: 40-50

Seasonal

Saturday: SW: 45-55 SE: 45-55 N: 40-50

Seasonal

Sunday: SW: 45-55 SE: 45-55 N: 40-50

Increasing Clouds. Possible Rain and or Snow overnight depending on location and the 50/50 low as discussed above.

Long Term:

A turn to colder conditions could occur around Mid Week. There is a possibility that the Monday system will be a larger snow, but much to watch. If it does not snow Monday, it is because the pattern did not evolve with the 50/50 low, so early week temperatures could be very mild. I believe the next cold stretch will be it for the winter as it will take us into March.

All for Now!