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By: NEwxguy , 12:54 PM GMT on September 23, 2013
How strange is it to look out in the tropical atlantic and not even see an invest.This has been such a strange tropical season.Little or nothing to worry about.At this point in time,the most likely area to watch will be the carribean and gulf,but the conditions at this point do not favor any developement.
So we've been in a very quiet weather pattern,going back to the last week in July,after our heatwave.Sept. has been very quiet with only a few frontal passages to give us any rain.This pattern should last through the weekend,but models now have picked up on a possible strong coastal low for monday or tuesday.Models are split on whether this stays south and is much weaker,while another group of models strengthen this low with even some tropical characteristics and bring up the coast into new england.Still way too early ,but definitely something to watch.
So our quiet comfortable fall weather continues right through the weekend,although probably increasing clouds late sunday.As for our coastal low,models seem to be edging this more east of us and probably will miss us completely or graze SE Mass and cape cod with some rain and wind/waves.Still too early with certainty,will have a better picture once the low starts to form of the SE coast.After that weather could become active as a Neg. NAO sets up in the north atlantic,which usually brings some very unsettled weather to the northeast
Will keep the title of the blogs since there are no end in sight for this weather.Looks to be a perfect weekend,and at this point the coastal low looks to pass out to sea well south of the New England,so continued dry spell,with little to no precip expected.Slight chance on Tuesday as a weak cold front comes through.
Area really needs some rain,The summer was 5 inches below normal and fall starts off very dry.
So our coastal low should stay out to sea,but it will be a close call,will have to watch for any changes this weekend,but once that system moves by,we get a long stretch of dry weather and above normal temps next week.
At least mid 70's with the possibility of even warmer temps if the high stays strong.Not a bad way to end Sept and start October
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