Remnants of Tropical Storm Karen, now to our NE, caused low level moisture to trickle in, putting clouds between us and the sun. Visible satellite loop:
Sinking air is on the way, ready to restore sunshine to our forecast.
Tonight, expect scattered clouds as we fall from the 70s by 7pm, through the 60s tonight, down to 54 early Thursday morning.
Thursday – Mostly Sunny – High 80
7am 54 . 10am 70 . 1pm 80 . 4pm 80 . 7pm 71 . 10pm 71
Another chilly morning, rapidly warming afternoon. Despite north winds, we’ll make it to 80 around 4 pm. No rain.
Friday-Saturday-Sunday: Chilly Mornings, Warm Afternoons
Yesterday, there was a small hint of a rain chance Sunday night. The models are now delaying the rainmaker until Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday (models don’t agree when) of next week.
Expect a dry, beautiful Friday & Saturday. Sunday appears cloudy, but not rainy. Lows each day in the low-to-mid 50s, highs in the low 80s. These temps are slightly above average.
@nsj retweeted this photo from @JimCantore taken in Vermont:
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