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By: NEwxguy , 2:27 PM GMT on December 03, 2012
clouds have moved in quickly,won't see much sun for next 3 or 4 days,rain should move in this evening through most of tomorrow,then get a little break Saturday night and Sunday,before more rain moves in for Sunday night and Monday.
Woke up to 27 degrees this morning,yesterday I woke up to 54 degrees,what difference a day makes.
Anyway,cool day today,struggle to reach 40,but then the trend is upward.Looks to be a very unsettled pattern into early next week,with periods of rain,starting late tomorrow.Not raining all the time,but periods.Should be a wet and windy game for the Patriots/Houston on Monday night.
Remarkable night temp wise,it was 58 degerees when I went to bed last night and was still 54 degrees when I got up.This kind of reminds me of our warm December last year.
But cold front has moved through,just a couple of very light showers.and winds have picked up from the wnw,and dropping temps especially this afternoon.Cold night tonight,and chilly day tomorrow,but a shortlived cool down as more warm weather moves in for the weekend,but unsettled weather right into next week.
Dense fog out there this morning,travelers be careful.Should burn off by late morning.Another warm day but little sun,cold front during the night and turning much colder,then another warmup starting friday.Weekend does not look good,with periods of rain and mild temps.
Our first full week of December and we have above normal temps.It shot up to 50 in the evening last night after being in the 30's most of the day.Continued warmth through Tuesday,before we drop back to normal.
Exciting Patriots game yesterday. As always Miami gave them a battle down in Miami,but Patriots kept them at bay.
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