By: GRANDMANAN , 11:52 AM GMT on February 04, 2014
Overcast, with a sliver of red sky showing behind Ross Island, temp -6C, very slight southerly draft, influence the temp as the day moves along might bring it above the freezing mark, remaining clear. Overnight preparation for easterly tomorrow, 20Cm of snow, wind 20-30KPH. After the snow expect clear conditions with temps in the minus single digit range for the remainder of the week.
A few folks heading out for the warmer climes to the south, homes on wheels in some cases for an extended stay. Weather making the decision to go much easier in most cases.
Fishery remains quiet, a few boats moving, lobsters, a few clams and periwinkles are the species at the moment.
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